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Old 08-18-2015, 06:51 PM   #1
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BMW R nineT: RSD Install

The BMW R nineT is an amazing custom platform. This has been demonstrated time and time again by some of the best builders in the world, but it's hard to find anyone who has done it better than Roland Sands Design.

Naturally you would expect the best from the designer that built the concept motorcycle which inspired the R nineT: the BMW Concept 90. So when we were given a bike to test, one of our first questions was "how do we get some RSD parts on this thing?"

We hit up the guys over at Roland Sands and they were more than happy to let us test out some of their brilliantly designed aesthetic pieces for the Beemer, so we headed over to have them installed.

We installed:

Headlight Bezel

Oil Filler Cap

Rear Axel Plug

Rear Drive Pivot Plugs

Swing Arm Pivot Plugs

Valve Covers

Bar Ends

Breast Plate

Gauge Housing

For more information on other Roland Sands Design products, visit RolandSands.com




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