Giving the R 18 an even more vintage look, the Classic model comes equipped with a large windscreen and straight tail pipes, as well as an array of other accessories from the German automaker’s partners including Mustang, Roland Sands and Vance & Hines, so you’ll have plenty of customization options. Other features include an updated LED headlight and black leather saddlebags.
Aside from launching an all-new model, BMW Motorrad has also given its existing R nineT series a welcome upgrade, most notably with the new 1,170cc engine, which pushes out 90 horsepower and 85 pound-feet of torque. ABS Pro and Dynamic Brake Control will now also come standard for the entire range, as well as adjustable spring pre-load and numerous other drive modes. For those looking for even more custom options, BMW Motorrad is also offering “Option 719,” a program for you to tailor your R nineT model exactly to your liking.
To learn more about the new releases, you can headover to the automaker’s website.
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