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Old 06-18-2015, 12:30 PM   #1
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BMW R nineT scrambler walkaround video

A closer look at BMWs new scrambler

HERE'S a closer look at BMW's new R nineT scrambler, revealed first by Visordown last week.

Unveiled as a concept at the Wheels & Waves custom bike show in Biarritz, France, it will make a cheaper entry-level R nineT when it goes into production, thanks to lower-spec suspension and brakes and a steel tank instead of aluminium.

This is one of three promo videos from BMW on what it calls 'Concept Path 22'. There's another here and a third here.
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