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Old 04-20-2018, 10:49 AM
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Those expecting a new addition to BMW’s R nineT range, possibly in the form of a retro bobber, can kiss their hopes goodbye
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BMW Motorrad says that “the R nineT is complete,” hinting at the fact that no additional retro models will complement the existing series. Get yours while you still can!

A recent phrase in one of Motorrad’s annual reports speaks about how “the R nineT family is now complete,” hinting at the fact that no more nineT-derived models are planned. The same report speaks about the recently-launched Urban G/S, Pure and Racer R NineT versions, while making no mention about further development of new retro models.

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Not my cup of tea anyway so no loss to me but I did like the racer and considered buying one but the low hp, 110, and non liquid cooled engine were show stoppers for me. With the aggressive riding position of the racer you might as well buy a RR and have loads of hp and torque to enjoy.
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I can see why folks would like it but not my thing either.
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