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2017 BMW R nineT Urban G/S

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The way it looks, the purpose for which it was designed primarily a touch of the latest technology woven into the soul of ancestors of travel enduro motorcycles shows the embodiment of desire and fantasy to become timeless in its design, we present a BMW R nineT Urban G / S.

The 2017 BMW R nineT Urban G / S is perhaps too urban and too little rural, but this is the fifth version of the retro model R nineT. It is simply masked Scrambler, so that is oriented strictly to the road bike. The benefits of air / oil cooled, 4-stroke flat twin engine with balancer shaft, four valves per cylinder, double overhead camshaft, with a displacement of 1170cc, with evolving power of the maximum power of 110 hp (81kW) at 7,750 rpm and maximum torque of 116 Nm (86 lb-ft) at 6,000 rpm, mated to a claw-shifted 6-speed transmission with helical-cut splines. It develops a peak speed of over 200 km / h.

New R nineT Urban G / S has a three-part frame concept with front frame and two-part rear frame, load bearing engine-gearbox unit, rear-set frame removable for one-up riding. From Scrambler benefits strictly road suspension where the suspension telescopic front forks with 43 mm fixed-diameter tube with wheel travel of 125 mm and rear suspension of cast aluminum single swing arm with BMW Motorrad Paralever, central spring strut, spring preload fully adjustable by hook wrench, adjustable rebound-stage damping and wheel travel of 120 mm.

There are cast wheels that have nothing to do with the original G / S models while off-road tires show that he is able to be on off-roads. Front brake system with 320 mm discs with 4 twin piston caliper and rear brake with single disc brake of 265 mm in conjunction with the double piston floating caliper.

The instrument cluster consists of a speedometer designed as an analogue circular instrument, indicator lamps and a two-line LCD screen. Another detail to show the classic enduro look is the dual-section front mudguard. The front splash guard is attached to the upper fork bridge and rear splash guard is mounted just above the wheel in conjunction with a fork stabilizer.

All in all ideas and a way to remember the old days was a complete success.

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