The BMW Motorrad Concept Path 22 Reinterprets a Legendary Vehicle

 - Sep 23, 2015
References: bmwmotorcycles & gizmag
The BMW Motorrad Concept Path 22 is a motorbike that was created by the German automaker with the cooperation of the world-renowned custom builder Roland Sands, famous artist Ornamental Conifer and board maker extraordinaire Mason Dryer. This particular vehicle was initially constructed to advertise BMW's presence at the Wheels & Waves event in France.

This particular concept bike bears a name that is a direct reference to a beach located on the Atlantic coast of southern France. Famous among surfers, this beach happens to be very inaccessible to cars. This means that the only way to get there involves walking along a path that is marked by the number 22.

The BMW Motorrad Concept Path 22 is designed to be customizable, making it an honorable hat-tip to legendary BMW offerings of the past.