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Blechmann delivers a BMW R nineT from the future

A BMW motorcycle unlike anything you've ever seen before.
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Called the 'Tin Man' for his expertise in turning sheet metal into mobile works of futuristic art, Bernhard Naumann has lent his skills to the BMW R nineT and the end result is one of the most unique versions of the bike you've ever seen. Called the 'Giggerl', which happens to be the Southern German word for chicken, the bold design features a homemade frame with custom bodywork that includes a custom tank, panel, and homemade seat bench, modified wheel rims, a hand-made exhaust, and a modern interpretation of classic BMW racing livery.

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