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Andy Downes  says:

BMW Concept Ninety revealed

BMW has just taken the wraps off the Concept Ninety – a collaboration between the German firm and Californian custom builder Roland Sands as the company celebrates 40 years since the original R90S and 90 years of making motorcycles. The Concept Ninety has the 110bhp air/oil-cooled Boxer twin from the previous generation of BMW R1200GS but combines it with a pared...

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Oct 12

Posts: 133

flydnb says:

love it

looks very nice if they could produce something like this at a fair price id buy one.

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Aug 02

Posts: 3285

eatcs01 says:


"Rich boys toy to play with on dry sunny days with matching retro Ogri clobber.".



It'll fit in well with all the R1s and Blades ridden by power rangers with cobwebs on their knee sliders and flies on the back of their leathers then...

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Apr 10

Posts: 76

exceledsteve says:

Quite right Eatcs

We don't all want that nonsense. Give us something for everday use that shares the top drawer r & d and high spec components of those bikes instead of second rate, it'll do bits and bobs because it's only for ordinary daily use. I'm fed up with compromise on 'middle of the range' workhorses.

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Dec 10

Posts: 12021

preunit says:


"Rich boys toy to play with on dry sunny days with matching retro Ogri clobber.". 

Nowt wrong with that............Hate is strong with this thread :wacko:

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Sep 10

Posts: 836

CBR11X says:

Nice bike if it had V twin layout. Even an f800 motor would have been better IMO. I can't stand the boxer layout on motorbikes, makes truning slower. The styling is out of the 60's and 70's cafe racer family, which I've always liked. Good luck to 'em. Lot of rich guys looking for new playthings, so they may sell.

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Nov 07

Posts: 179

Mr.Number says:


Commute on it.....No Tour on it.....No Track bike.....No, because there are other better choices Weekend blast......possibly, provided the British weather is kind and how often is that ? Therefore about as usable as a mouldy banana

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Jul 09

Posts: 146

burningbush says:

except Im skint

excel "Rich boys toy to play with on dry sunny days with matching retro Ogri clobber.". That's like me on my Bonnie, except I am not rich.....what is your problem with people enjoying their ride?

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May 08

Posts: 220

SHIVA_ says:

Concept? don't think so

Now this is a concept bike worthy of BMW. The Sands off-the-shelf same old, same old, they are passing as concept is embarrassing.  With David Robb no longer at the design helm at BMW Motorrad, their standards seem to have fallen too much.


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Dec 08

Posts: 1293

boybilly1967 says:

Looks OK, but too much like those Ducati sport classic bikes that bombed.

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May 13

Posts: 2


you brits have no taste! this is the best looking motorcycle I have seen in the last 20 years. and that numbskull that calls it a ducati????? you might as well call it a triumph, a Kawasaki, a guzzi or a Honda for that matter. it's a retro bike! if you don't like those - don't buy one!

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