Folks at Singular Rides know their game very well. Whether its the MotoGP inspired lime-yellow ‘ Ducati 907 ‘ or naked ‘ Ducati cafe superlight.’

But we are more interested in there latest Gotham Hero ‘ Dark Knight ‘ inspired custom BMW R nineT.

Original BMW R nineT

With 1,170cc, air/oil-cooled, 4-stroke flat twin engine with balance shaft, it was in 2014 when BMW brought the R nineT on the motorcycle scene.


With 1,170cc motor, the R nineT is capable of producing 80 kW (109 hp) at 7250 rpm (previously 81 kW (110 hp) at 7750 rpm), while the maximum torque is still 116 Nm at 6000 rpm. 

The original BMW R nineT

The current 2021 variant gets the cylinder head, cylinder head cover and throttle valve parts all in a new design.

Further, the R nineT can achieve the top speed of 201 kmh (125 mph).

And comes in four different flavours.

  • R nineT, 
  • Pure,
  • Scrambler and 
  • R nineT Urban G/S.


Let us understand how folks at Singular Rides had transformed the R nineT in a Gotham Hero.

Back in 2013 Singular Rides presented the concept to Roland Sands.

 With the help of the definitive study, the ‘Dark Knight’ gets more contemporary style more evocative lines.

The first element to look at is the front which is a hull a curvy, muscular component that houses a single protruding LED while the LED is inside the vertical grid.

From both the end the hull reaches up to the fuel tank. The rear now gets a sleek and stylish look.

Rizoma substitutes multiple components, and it adds more valve to the custom.

The chassis is an Ohlins mono-shock absorber, and Andreani kit replaces the stock forks.

The paint scheme consists of dual-tone black and white colour with maximum covered in the black.

Further to give it a modern look the traditional two stock exhaust pipes are replaced by SC-Project which has carbon end cap. Both the exhaust pipes come in black colour.

The transformation is a killer as the rich heritage R nineT gets a fantastic futuristic conversion.

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