Rizoma Puts Out Accessories For BMW R NineT Scrambler

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BMW Motorrad created the R nineT platform to be your own empty canvas and create a unique machine according to your taste. There are tons of aftermarket parts and accessories to customize yours and the latest are coming from Rizoma.
Rizoma was among the first aftermarket parts maker to launch custom accessories for the R nineT range. Following its first success, the company now announced an expanded line of parts designed specifically for the Scrambler version of the model.

The new accessories list includes a headlight faring with billet aluminum adapters, a cross bar for the standard handlebar, front fender with fork stabilizer matching the rear fender, LED auxiliary fog lights with aluminum covers, side, and top bags supports, headlight protector mesh and engine protector bars with replaceable aluminum sliders.

Feeling that your riding position needs a bit of adjustment? Well, Rizoma can also hook you up with RALLY Rider pegs that come with replaceable steel teeth, an adjustable shift lever, adjustable 3D brake and clutch levers as well as a selection of grips. Oh, and these are now available for the whole R nineT range, not just the Scrambler.

Speaking of the whole range, you can pick almost any other previously introduced accessory and fit your Scrambler since most of them are compatible. You can look for cylinder head covers, engine covers, intake tips, brake and clutch fluid tank caps, handlebar top clamps set, gas caps, frame hole caps, exhaust tips and four different license plate support options.

With five R nineT versions in the range now, there’s one for each style. You can start with the classy original one, or you can buy the cheaper Pure version and build up from there. Or, you can be a cafe racer on the Racer model, hit the woods on the Scrambler here or the dunes on the Urban G/S (I know the name has nothing to do with dunes, but look at the model itself, and you’ll see what I mean).
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