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.
- Stacked stainless steel dual pipes are responsible for bellowing out the Boxer’s trademark exhaust note.
- BMW pays tribute to 90 years in the business of building motorcycles with its 2014 BMW R nineT.
- The 2014 R nineT blends classic styling cues from the cafe racer era in a motorcycle with modern-day performance.
- 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 new roadster, the 2014 R nineT, has the makings of one spirited motorcycle.
- 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.
- A sporty little cafe racer tail section is available as an accessory for the nineT.
- 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.
- Owners can choose to put on the optional aluminum tail cover for a sportier look.
- BMW's Paralever suspension and single-sided swingarm anchor the rear of the 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.
- We sense a bit of VMax in the intake chute on the side of the nineT.