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class="cnetReview row" section=""> <br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>When BMW first built the original R NineT in 2014, it was meant to serve as a birthday present to the company itself and be something of a limited-production motorcycle. When the bike started selling like crazy,  [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/blog/bac-kinh-thanh-pho-hien-dai-va-co-kinh.html bắc kinh] it kind of caught the company by surprise. And with good reason. Here was a nearly $16,000 motorcycle with almost no technological features and an old air-cooled engine -- and BMW couldn't make 'em fast enough.<br><br>Fast forward a few years and BMW Motorrad is well and truly in the heritage-inspired motorcycle business. The original R NineT Roadster has been joined by a stable of slightly lower-priced and de-contented siblings, each trying to capture a different kind of magic. The one that stands out the most, to me, is the R NineT Urban G/S. <br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br><br>Now playing: Watch this: 2019 BMW R NineT Urban G/S: A true modern classic<br><br>5:45 <br><br><br>To those familiar with motorcycle history, the idea of an "Urban G/S" seems a little silly. After all, the original G/S was meant to blast across deserts and dominate the Paris-Dakar race, not schlep hipsters from coffee shop to brunch spot to bar on a Sunday. And yet, riding the Urban GS, it doesn't feel like a betrayal of its forebear. Indeed, it actually kind of makes sense.<br><br><br><br><br><br>The Urban G/S is a simple motorcycle. Unlike most modern Beemers, it lacks any real technological bells and whistles, instead relying on [http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/varying%20degrees varying degrees] of nostalgia and charm to worm its way into your heart and hopefully your garage. <br><br>The bike, like all R NineT's, is powered by BMW's 1,170-cubic-centimeter, air-cooled, horizontally opposed boxer twin engine. This motor [https://www.kynghidongduong.vn/blog/bac-kinh-thanh-pho-hien-dai-va-co-kinh.html bắc kinh] first hit the scene in the 2004 R1200GS; a huge 600-pound behemoth meant to literally go around the world. In that application, the engine felt boring, docile and tractor-like. It turned on when you wanted it to, and it quietly vibrated away underneath you until you told it to stop. <br><br><br><br><br>Best Cars <br><br><br>2020 Ram 1500<br><br>2020 Ford Explorer Hybrid<br><br>2020 Toyota Supra

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Fast forward a few years and BMW Motorrad is well and truly in the heritage-inspired motorcycle business. The original R NineT Roadster has been joined by a stable of slightly lower-priced and de-contented siblings, each trying to capture a different kind of magic. The one that stands out the most, to me, is the R NineT Urban G/S.








Now playing: Watch this: 2019 BMW R NineT Urban G/S: A true modern classic

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To those familiar with motorcycle history, the idea of an "Urban G/S" seems a little silly. After all, the original G/S was meant to blast across deserts and dominate the Paris-Dakar race, not schlep hipsters from coffee shop to brunch spot to bar on a Sunday. And yet, riding the Urban GS, it doesn't feel like a betrayal of its forebear. Indeed, it actually kind of makes sense.





The Urban G/S is a simple motorcycle. Unlike most modern Beemers, it lacks any real technological bells and whistles, instead relying on varying degrees of nostalgia and charm to worm its way into your heart and hopefully your garage.

The bike, like all R NineT's, is powered by BMW's 1,170-cubic-centimeter, air-cooled, horizontally opposed boxer twin engine. This motor bắc kinh first hit the scene in the 2004 R1200GS; a huge 600-pound behemoth meant to literally go around the world. In that application, the engine felt boring, docile and tractor-like. It turned on when you wanted it to, and it quietly vibrated away underneath you until you told it to stop.




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