BMW R nineT Rizoma Accessory LineThe Italian-based Rizoma has unveiled its accessory line for the BMW R nineT.
The new Bavarian machine already arrives with clean Cafe Racer styling from the factory, and the new Rizoma accessories only make things cleaner.Some of the parts including in the lineup are adjustable “Feel” levers, a rear control kit, headlong fairing, engine cores, The new Headlight fairing, Engine Cover, Rear Control , a rear under tail, exhaust clips, and a license plate holder.As we stated in our First Ride Review, “Customizing the back of the bike is easy, as the R nineT’s rear subframe unbolts in minutes, and there are a couple of replacement options, including a ready-to-ride solo seat with café racer styling.“Putting on wheels that accept tubeless tires is easy enough, as is modifying the exhaust system (BMW offers a street-legal Akrapovic muffler). The R nineT is definitely modular and ready for personalization.”And Rizoma has this personalization covered. Attached above is a video highlighting the Rizoma accessories now available for the BMW R nineT.To view all accessories, visit Rizoma. To read our review, visit BMW R NineT Review.
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