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Photo: BMW

Photo: BMW

The "Scrambler" category has been getting a lot of attention as of late and the latest contribution comes via BMW Motorrad with the R nineT Scrambler. The bike takes one of the most talked about models in the BMW motorcycle range and updates it with the modern technology and performance you'd expect and the vintage styling that echoes the Scrambler bikes of the '50s and '70s. 

The bike is powered by an air-cooled, flat-twin boxer engine that produces 110 hp. Just like the R nineT before it, the bike can be easily customized and has a modular frame design with a removable passenger frame for sleek single-rider look. Other features include a large 19" wheel up front, raised exhausts with twin silencers, 4-piston calipers, and ABS standard.


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