BMW adds two more bikes to its R nineT range

When BMW introduced the original R nineT a few years ago, classic styling cues and an opportunity to customise were the motorcycle's key selling points. They're evidently proving to be a successful combination, because a Scrambler version was launched last year and now Pure and Racer models have been announced.

As those names suggest, Pure has a stripped-back aesthetic, while Racer gains a circuit-inspired half fairing, set-back foot pegs and a single seat unit. Both are built around a modular steel frame with a conventional fork at the front and BMW's Paralever suspension at the rear.

BMW R nineT Pure (2017) Front SideBMW R nineT Racer (2017) Front Side

BMW R nineT Pure (2017) Rear SideBMW R nineT Racer (2017) Rear Side

Power is provided by an air- and oil-cooled 1,170 cc twin-cylinder boxer engine. EU4-compliant, its 108 bhp (81 kW / 110 PS) is delivered via a six-speed gearbox.

Deliveries are due to begin during March 2017. In Germany, the R nineT Pure has a price of €12,300 (including VAT) and the R nineT Racer costs €1,000 more.

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