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BMW and RSD Concept Ninety Photo Gallery
From design to realization, the BMW Concept Ninety was created in an attempt to pay homage to the past while utilizing the technology of the present.
BMW and Roland Sands Design joined to create the Concept Ninety. Check out photos in the BMW and RSD Concept Ninety photo gallery.
Design drawings of the BMW Concept Ninety.
Roland Sands worked with German designers and engineers to create the BMW Concept Ninety.
Roland Sands (left) with Head of BMW Motorrad Vehicle Design, Ola Stenegard.
Specially designed RSD parts for the BMW Concept Ninety.
The rounded front faring is a nod to the R90S, the bike which the Concept Ninety is based on.
Sleek lines and clear demarcation between body work and internals make the Concept Ninety a striking specimen.
The BMW Concept Ninety Flat Twin Boxer juts out from the sides of the sporty bike and wears the RSD logo.
BMW tapped Roland Sands because he's known for creating stylish, ready-to-ride bikes that honor the past.
The tail was cut short and the rear fender removed, giving the Concept Ninety a cafe-racer feel.
Roland Sands with his work in progress.
The internals of the BMW Concept Ninety.
The BMW Concept Ninety was designed with top performance in mind.
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