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BMW R1200 Black Sabbath Is the Scrambler We Want

We know that BMW Motorrad is planning to expand their ranks with new motorcycles based on the highly versatile R nineT platform, and at least one scrambler machine is expected to be revealed in the near future. Optimistic expectations see this bike unveiled this very autumn, either at the Intermot or at EICMA.
BMW R1200 Black Sabbath R nineT scrambler 1 photo
Since the R nineT is already selling exceptionally well, and the new models are only expected to introduce lesser-spec parts for more affordable prices, having these bikes ready by fall is not such a wild assumption.

However, until BMW makes a decision in this direction, we will enjoy the freedom of creativity and deliver you the most stunning renderings. Today's R nineT scrambler arrives from Oberdan Bezzi and is one of the cleanest, most aggressive and functional designs we saw in quite a while.A black, functional bike that can do it all
Bezzi baptized his creation Black Sabbath, and he couldn't find a better name for this bike. The Black Sabbath is an all blacked-out R NineT, with only several parts escaping the engulfing darkness. The rotors, exhaust end cap, spokes and few caps are the only non-black accents in the build.

A true modern off-roader with a high-swung exhaust, the Black Sabbath pays tribute to the BMWs of old, with an unmistakable white pinstripe work on the signature fuel tank.

We dare say that if BMW built such a bike, it would sell just as well as the basic R nineT if not even better. This all-black scrambler is THE thing that will make your day brighter. Can we have this, please? Please?

 
 
 
 
 

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