BMW Concept Ninety Motorcycle
Last updated on November 15th, 2015 at 12:08 pm
Since the dawn of motorised travel on two wheels there has been a certain affinity between man and his machine. There is nothing purer about the relationship than that of an automobile, in the sense that the motorcycle is ergonomically designed to harness and amplify the fusion between petrol and adrenaline.
To mark the 90th anniversary of BMW’s Motorcyle arm – BMW Motorrad, and also 40 years since the release of the BMW R90S, BMW Motorrad have teamed up with famed custom performance bike manufacturers Roland Sands Design to produce the BMW Concept Ninety Motorbike in tribute to these landmarks. The Concept Ninety takes strong and direct cues from its predecessor and could even be described as the R90S incarnate.
The handcrafted burnt orange aluminium bodywork is sleek and aerodynamic and represent a modern take on the classic aesthetic. The engine bay contrasts in flat black and includes signature details of a boxer engine alongside custom parts designed by Roland Sands Design.
The bike is visually stunning, and we hope it gets put into production, and doesn’t remain just a concept!