Tuesday, 4 October 2016


BMW is taking the future of the Heritage range so seriously it now has an entire department ensuring development of new bikes is perfectly in tune with customer demands.
The original BMW R nineT has been a consistent success since it first appeared in 2013 and the addition of the BMW R nineT Scrambler in 2015 has only added to that winning recipe. Now the arrival of two new models is simply mouth-watering.

Bringing a new, sporty look and riding experience to the BMW Heritage range is the R nineT Racer; a deliberate nod to the half-faired sportsbikes that first emerged in the 1970s.

The R nineT Racer is crouched, compact and elongated, it conveys a sense of old-school sporty aspiration with its strikingly short half-fairing, hump seat, stub handlebars and set-back footrests, combining this overall impression with modern technology.

In Lightwhite non-metallic combined with decor that is reminiscent of past BMW Motorsport colours, the R nineT Racer is particularly light and athletic in appearance. The frame, finished in Aluminium Silver, prominently presents an architectural contrast with the black drivetrain, underscoring the standing of the R nineT Racer as an old-school sports motorcycle designed for dynamic riding fun on winding roads.

Be sure to contact your retailer to get all the details and more!


  1. Really nice bike. Looking forward to seeing one here in the UK!
    Mikey Rides

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  3. Why did they not put the exhaust system under the seat, As the system on the great HP2, then it would be the dogs