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Welcome to the November Bike of the Month Competition!

Tire Wheel Fuel tank Automotive fuel system Vehicle

Congratulations to our October winner @Boxer62

Please follow all instructions posted below
  1. You must add 3 Photos; no more, no less. NO Collages. Pictures must be of the current state of your vehicle. Avoid having any people in your images.
  2. List any/all Legal Modifications to your vehicle if you have done any.*
  3. The vehicle must be yours. Vehicles waiting to be purchased may not be included
  4. Include a short description of your favourite aspect of your vehicle, or your favourite memory or ride taken with your vehicle*
  5. Votes for the month’s winner will be tallied by the number of “Likes” your post has on the last day of the month. The winner at the end of the month will win a free 1 Year Premium Membership for the forum and a custom flair under their username. If the winner is already a premium member, their subscription will be extended an additional year.
  6. Remember, please post your entries and pictures in this thread.
  7. If you have won in a previous month, you can no longer enter for the rest of the year. However, if you have a second vehicle that meets the above criteria, you can enter that.
* These are optional but encouraged

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· Premium Member
571 Posts
Owned from new Nina is a straight forward 2019 Pure.

Apart from fitting roll bars, hand guards, fairing and aftermarket rev counter the only things changed were the suspension springs. All the additions were for comfort.
The panniers are genuine 1980s ones from my R65LS and make short breaks away possible, for longer ones I use a set of throw-overs with more capacity.

Nina was bought as a touring bike and as such hasn't let me down. She's been down the French Alps, twice, as well as to Shetland and Orkney. other short breaks have included the Isle Of Man and Dunfries and Galloway.

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BMW R Nine T Urban GS X
203 Posts
Tire Wheel Vehicle Fuel tank Plant

Tire Wheel Vehicle Fuel tank Automotive fuel system

Tire Fuel tank Wheel Vehicle Automotive fuel system

Finally have the bike almost exactly as I want it.

Upgrades/ add-ons:
Unit garage Front fender, heavy duty crash bars, luggage rack and top box, wind shield and GPS mount, rear side bags and frame.

Wunderlich comfort double seat.

Genuine BMW airbox covers, frame plaque, 2v valve covers and option 719 storm reservoir covers. Rev counter and modified bracket to suit the offset bar risers. OEM GS sump Guard.

Grip puppies

Pressed number plate

Mudsling shock guard

Side stand enlarger

Roland Sands final drive cover

Tom Tom rider 550 sat nav

R&G oil cooler guard

Hepco and Becker headlight guard + grill added for more protection

GS hand guards and wind shields

Double USB port

Trickle charger

Iridium spark plugs

Billet aluminium locking fuel cap

Indicators guards

Exhaust dB killer removed

Speedo and rev counter black aluminium rings.

My new favourite mod was adding the rev counter and valve covers as they look brilliant but needed some work to be installed (see my other posts)

Bought for longer rides than my other bikes and plan to visit Europe in it, best place to ride so far is cheddar gorge.

· Registered
2021 Scrambler
13 Posts
Wheel Tire Vehicle Fuel tank Automotive tire

Tire Wheel Fuel tank Automotive fuel system Vehicle

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R nineT Scrambler 2021

Been owning this bike since 2021 and as it’s currently waiting for next spring, I decided to contribute to this great forum.

The idea was to keep the stock aesthetics as much as possible because I’ve seen way too many overcustomized motorcycles. Even though ninets are meant to be customized I believe it’s really easy to destroy the look with tasteless mods (no offense to anyone, it’s just my opinion).

[ Front End ]
Quadlock mount
Option 719 clutch and brake caps
Motogadget club mirrors
BMW Tachometer
BMW Emblem Classic R nineT + pins
Bar end caps (to be replaced next year)
Engine cover BMW logo

[ Ergonomics ]
Wunderlich 40mm risers
Wunderlich 20mm footrest lowering kit
SW Motech EVO footrest kit
Brake pedal enlarger
SW Motech center stand
R1200GS side stand + added 40mm length

[ Protection ]
Motea Crash bars
SW Motech rear slider

[ Performance ]
Unit Garage headers without Catalytic Converter in inox (EURO 5)
Wilbers 640 rear shock (+40 mm, adjustable height)
Andreani Fork Cartridges (High version, 830 mm)

[ Accessories ]
SW Motech SLC bag mount
SW Motech LC1 black side bag (9L)
Unit Garage inox intake covers (discolored with heat)
Hidden Apple AirTag for location tracking
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