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Bmw R Ninet Scrambler

The EICMA motorcycle show in Italy is presenting some very interesting models, yesterday we featured Ducatis new cruiser, the XDiavel, and today we take a look at BMWs new offering, the awesome R NineT Scrambler, a new version of the R NineT with a cafe-racer style. BMW designers have taken the classic Scrambler approach that recalls off-road dirt bikes from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, but with modern technology and performance youd expect nowadays. It is powered by a 1.17-liter boxer twin engine, good for 110 horsepower and 85 pound-feet of torque. Other features include a large 19" wheel up front, raised exhausts with twin silencers, 4-piston calipers, and ABS standard.



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BMW AIRFLOW 2 HELMET | Image

BMW AIRFLOW 2 HELMET

Winner of the Red Dot design award, the AirFlow 2 Helmet lives up to its name in terms of aerodynamics and optimum ventilation. The urban helmet features air-flow openings and ducts that can be shut or open when necessary, keeping the riders head cool. The AirFlow 2 Helmet is available in several colors....
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LAND ROVER DISCOVERY SPORT

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Hookie Honda CB750 | Image

Hookie Honda CB750

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