It 's been over a year since the first R nineT left the production line in Berlin. During this year, the BMW "custom" has seen many modified versions both "official" and made by private workshops in Europe, America, Japan ... Unfortunately (or fortunately) the R nineT is an already beautiful bike and, in some cases, the results have not been up to expectations. So, for many customizers, it has now become a "challenge" to create a R nineT exceptionally beautiful.The boys of Revival in Texas (USA) have accepted the challenge creating their idea of a nineT: "The Bison"."The bike has arrived in our workshop with only 1300 km," says Alan Stulberg of Revival "... the owner wanted to personalize it, give it its own identity and as computer programmer, as a first priority, he wanted a bag to carry his PC and documents. "Of the many accessories that "enrich" this nineT, one that immediately jumps to the eyes is the side bag, light and easy to remove, made of bison leather, that hides an internal steel frame. For coherence, both saddle and grips are covered by the same type of leather.Another "particular" accessory , in this case the functional, is the stainless steel exhaust system which runs under the bike, with five thermal metal and fiberglass layers, and then comes out, opposite to the bag, with a SuperTrapp-style silencer.The magnificent spoked Kineo wheels, with Pirelli MT60RS sport tires, give this nineT an extremely aggressive look. Many the accessories that complete this R nineT: Rizoma, Motogadget, Roland Sands, ... in front of the two-tone tank a Daytona half-fairing has been installed, while the fenders are Wunderlich ...The style is a mixture of scrambler and cafe racer, undoubtedly nice ... but a question hits us: if only the Kineo wheels cost over 2,500 USD and the RSD valve covers almost1,000 USD ... How much did this "idea" of bike cost ?RevivalWebsite Facebook
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