BMW R NineT Aurora Concept Motorcycle

Turkish designer Mehmet Doruk Erdem has broken the mold with his new conceptual take on the NineT from BMW, one of the most popular bikes for designers to customize. This is one of the best variations that we've come across and truly breaks the mold from both a design and performance standpoint. The Aurora is still in concept form and was commissioned by GB Motobike of Instanbul, but with the amount of fanfare that its received, we wouldn't put it past them to release an early alpha of this design in the near future. You can check more of Mhemet's works on his Instagram linked at the end of this post.
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