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2014 BMW R nineT First Look Photo Gallery
BMW pays tribute to 90 years in the business of building motorcycles with its 2014 BMW R nineT.
BMW unveils its new Boxer-powered roadster, the 2014 R nineT, with a new four-piece cast frame and a high-performance fork borrowed from the S1000RR superbike.
The 2014 R nineT blends classic styling cues from the cafe racer era in a motorcycle with modern-day performance.
Stacked stainless steel dual pipes are responsible for bellowing out the Boxer’s trademark exhaust note.
The 2014 BMW nineT has been in the works for years, the prototype Lo Rider finally making it into production after debuting in Nov. of 2008.
BMW's Paralever suspension and single-sided swingarm anchor the rear of the nineT.
We sense a bit of VMax in the intake chute on the side of the nineT.
BMW stripped the nineT down to showcase its Boxer engine and to leave plenty of leeway for customization.
The 1170cc air/oil cooled Boxer engine puts out a claimed 88 lb-ft of torque at 6000 rpm and 110 hp at 7750 rpm.
The instrument cluster on the 2014 R nineT is limited to the essentials.
BMW's new roadster, the 2014 R nineT, has the makings of one spirited motorcycle.
A sporty little cafe racer tail section is available as an accessory for the nineT.
Owners can choose to put on the optional aluminum tail cover for a sportier look.
Or they can take the tail section off to reveal a little pillion pad for two-up riding.
Ninety years of history are celebrated in the 2014 BMW nineT.
2014 BMW R nineT's boxer engine is air/oil cooled, has the exhaust on the left with twin silencers and twin chassis design.
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