Photo: BMW Motorrad

Photo: BMW Motorrad

BMW is taking it back to the '60s and '70s with two new versions of the r nineT: The Racer and the Pure. The bikes tip their helmets to the classic Motorrad motorcycles with the Pure's classic roadster styling and the Racer's retro sport bike appearance that comes straight out of the '70s. 

Both bikes feature the r nineT's powerful, 1,170cc boxer engine that produces 110 hp. Just like the standard r nineT, the bikes have modular frame designs that let you easily customize your bike. You've also got five-spoke alloy wheels, 320mm twin disc brakes at the front with standard ABS, stainless steel 2-in-1 exhaust system, and forged aluminum fork bridges and foot rests. 

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