If you thought that the BMW R NineT could not get any better, think again. Russian design studio Ziller’s Garage has transformed the motorcycle into a bespoke work of art.
One of the first things that will catch your eyes is likely the almost seamless aluminum bodywork in a sleek grey hue.
Cylinder heads peek out from either side drawing attention to the turbine-inspired wheels.
In addition to the generally curvaceous form, it also boasts some intricate detailing. These include bodywork rivets, the classic pin-striping all BMW lovers know and love and integrated turn signals.
To achieve a low silhouette, the design incorporates air suspension and low handlebars. The front tire is considerably beefed up, giving the bike a remarkable presence.
Above this, it sports a single, round headlight that is in keeping with its vintage appeal.
When it comes to performance, Zillers retained the same engine, adding a pie-cut exhaust custom-built for the R NineT. The result is a perfect balance between modern performance and vintage looks.