The Motorrad division from BMW has recently revealed their latest edition, the R Nine T Scrambler bike.
The R Nine Ts are perhaps the most iconic bikes from the company, the model coming with a unique framework, specifically designed to make room for any desirable customization. And what better way to revive a scrambler than adding up some extraordinary features, starting with the structure and finishing with the engine.
The bike`s structure refers to a steel tubular space-frame coming with a front section with integrated steering head, as well as a rear section with a swinging arm mount. Other features are standing-out from the crowd, like the upright position, wide 19-inch front wheel, or the circular headlamp, which add up a distinctive note.
The good part is that you can always add or take out some bids from the bike. Take for instance the passenger frame, which can be dismounted for better looks on the roads.
Another noticeable part is the raised exhaust system, the traditional suspension technology as well as the boxer engine which perfectly fits the steel tubular space-frame. Speaking about engine, the R nine T Scrambler packs an air-cooled boxer, with 109 horsepower and 116 Nm of torque, all that thanks to the remapped ECU system, which is also in compliance with the latest EU4 emission standards.