Not been out on any run outs or anything similar so I can't comment on that, but seems a strange bike to be snobbish about!
Oh please never mind me. I have a dark sense of humor my Wife bans from the household, The forum is something of an outlet but I try to keep it clean and hopefully some of the members get it enough to bear with me. Lots of great info here and nothing better than talking bikes "with the guys!"Not been out on any run outs or anything similar so I can't comment on that, but seems a strange bike to be snobbish about!
I think you'll like the R9T, good blend of performance, handling, looks and fiddle factor. I'm really gelling with mine, I'm a serial bike swapper but this is a keeper.Hi
Just saying hello. Looking to buy prob. a new Nine T in near future. Had quite a few bikes in the past (30 odd) current bike is a Royal Enfield 650 which I bought to slow down, but its slowed me down too much! Hope to add to the discussions on here.
Hi Fast H;Hi. Where did you buy and where do you get your bike serviced?
Same here and similar bike ownership. You can make the 9T into pretty much any style you want, full on tourer perhaps excepting. Shaft drive reaction takes a little adjustment but I'm sure you'll like it.Kind of my thoughts. I'm 56 and have had about 30 bikes (Highlights being) , Honda's (Fireblade & NSR 400), Kawasaki's (GPZ1100 & 750 H2C), Suzuki (Bandit 1200) Moto Guzzi (V Sport & Strada 1000) Yamaha (MT-01 & RD350LC) Triumph (Daytona 955i & Speed Triple) the list goes on and on! So I am indeed looking to the R9T as a keeper and my last bike.
No mention of the R nineT in the 2021 upgrades lineup: BMW Motorrad updates 2021 road modelsIs anyone aware of any "updates" due on the R9T or Pure models?