The BMW R nine T Scrambler motorcycle is a variation on the roadster that the German automaker introduce in 2014.
This particular bike features raised handlebars and less seat upholstery however. Also, the footrests are placed lower and farther towards the back. The bike is also equipped with a raised 2-1 exhaust and a circular headlight. The bike's distinctly retro appearance is topped off by more solid tires and an analog dial.
The bike is capable of pumping out 110 horsepowers at 7,750 revolutions per minute, and can offer a maximum torque of 88 pounds-feet at 6,000 revolutions per minute. Braking is performed by hydraulic discs.
Ultimately, this scrambler motorcycle is designed and intended to be a simpler and more accessible version of its predecessors. Think of it as a solid gateway scrambler motorbike.