BMW R nineT Racer For Sale
The 2017 BMW R nineT Racer is a cafe racer version of the retro R nineT Pure bike and is powered by a Boxer engine which produces 110bhp.
- Looks, easy to customise, engine, build quality, handling
- Quite aggressive riding position, suspension, no fuel gauge
What Is It?
It's powered by a Euro 4 compliant air-cooled 1,170cc Boxer engine which develops 110bhp at 7,750rpm and maximum torque at 6,000rpm.
- Steel tubular frame with shaft drive
- Dual 320mm discs with Brembo 2 piston calipers up front
- Rear 265mm disc with 2 piston caliper
- ABS System
- 43mm standard fork with 125mm travel
- Pre-load adjustable rear Paralever suspension with 120mm travel
- White indicators and LED rear light
- 6 speed gearbox with gear position indicator
- Polished Stainless Steel 2->1 exhaust system
- Adjustable levers, power socket
Compared to the range topping R nineT the seat is 20mm higher, the wheels are cast rather than wire spoked and the fork is a standard setup. The tank is also slightly smaller and made from Steel rather than brushed Aluminium.
It's basically the same bike as the naked R nineT Pure but with a cafe racer half fairing, Aluminium seat hump, clip-on handlebars, set back pegs to give the low down riding position and the second clock with rev counter. The 5-spoke 17" wheels take a 120/70 tyre at the front and 180/55 at the rear.
Accessories include traction control (ASC, £310), wire spoked wheels (£330), LED indicators (£100), heated grips (£240) and Chrome silencer (£90). For a pillion you can fit a full seat with the passenger subframe.
- 2017: White/red/blue
- 2018: White/red/blue, black/gold
2018: A host of BMW Motorrad Spezial finish items are available including black/gold cylinder head covers and seat side plates. Dynamic brake light now standard.
2020: Traction control (ASC) now standard.
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Popularity / How Many Left
|Year||On The Road||Off The Road||Total||For Sale|
|2017||116||36||152||78 / month|
|2018||119||-||119||12 / month|
|2019||Data not yet available||Rarely|
Stats include those licenced for use on the road and those off the road with a SORN, by year of production. Source: DVLA
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