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Photo: BMW 

Photo: BMW 

Based on the Rnine T, BMW reveals its first ever scrambler, the Concept Path 22. Taking inspiration from the classic scramblers of yesterday, the company created a surf cruiser complete with a surfboard holder and a back to basics, stripped down design. 

The bike is powered by a two-cylinder boxer engine with cardan drive, a BMW motorcycle signature and details like stainless steel, scrambler-style Akrapovic tailpipes, turn signals built into the handlebar ends, and milled aluminum wheels.

The board holder also got some special attention with a custom build by BMW Motorrad. The holder was constructed from aluminum and leather and can be adjusted to fit just about any board size and folds down when not in use. 

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