The BMW R nineT Racer is based on the standard R nineT but features a café racer design with a neo-retro aesthetic. The half-fairing mounted on the frame, which exposes the engine and integrates the round headlamp, clearly draws inspiration from 1970s motorsport bikes.
The R nineT Racer also gets a seat cowl, reminiscent of the early days of motorcycle racing. The low-slung handlebars and rear-set foot pegs give the bike a slightly aggressive riding position. To add to its vintage appeal, the R nineT Racer receives BMW Motorsport livery that extends from the fairing to the seat cowl. It also has a classic-looking twin pod analogue instrument console with small digital displays.
|BMW R nineT Racer|
|Debut Series||Retro Racers|
|Produced||2022 – Present|
The BMW R nineT is a retro roadster-styled standard motorcycle produced by BMW Motorrad since 2014 and marketed to enthusiasts and customers as a “blank canvas for customization.” The bike is powered by a 1.2L flat-twin producing 108 BHP and is named after the BMW R90S. The R nineT Racer is a version of the R nineT with a retro-styled “half shell” fairing reminiscent of racing bikes from the 1970s, with the tank and seat “shaping the slim silhouette” and a low-slung seating position. The R nineT Racer was introduced in 2017 but was phased out in 2019 due to poor sales.
BMW R nineT Racer info
|R nineT Racer key info|
|Engine Capacity||1,170 cc|
|Transmission||6 Speed Manual|
|Max Power||107 bhp|
BMW R nineT Racer is expected to be released in India in November 2022, with a price range of Rs.17,00000 to Rs. 18,00000. BMW R nineT, Royal Enfield Continental GT 650, and Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 are currently available bikes that are similar to the R nineT Racer.
The BMW R nineT Racer is powered by a 1170cc air-cooled twin-cylinder boxer engine. It has a six-speed gearbox and final shaft drive to produce 110bhp at 7,750rpm and 116Nm of torque at 6,000rpm.
Front suspension is handled by 43mm conventional telescopic forks, with a preload adjustable monoshock at the rear. Twin 320mm discs up front and a 265mm single disc at the rear provide braking. The R nineT Racer, on the other hand, is not as electronically equipped as the standard R nineT and only comes with ABS as standard. BMW’s ASC (Automatic Stability Control) traction control is available as an option on the bike.
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