Birsikhe Motoren Virke AG or BMW as we know it was built in the Match 7, 1916 and has since been famous for its patents for creating the best design without fear of consequences. For example, in 1937, the world record for the fastest motorcycle went to BMW. Although this motorcycle is essentially a killer trap covering the body of a racing car, it was aerodynamically slippery in 1937 and overcharged at a capacity of 173.7 mph. Given their appreciation for the company’s culture and entrepreneurial side, designers have described BMW as one of the most loved brands, drawing from inspiration and drawing from below to design. From custom mods to fully innovative concept design, every design here is stylish and modern that challenges traditional bike designs, and inspires the future of the bike as the brand has always done!
BMW R9T, complete one-off custom version of the new BMW R18 Cruiser from Zillers garage in Moscow. It retains the interior construction of the R18 but is fully designed with aluminum parts along with exterior parts. The bike comes with a relatively closed design that integrates all of its elements, from the headlights to the taillights in a similar block with the same metal that gives it its stunning appeal. It comes with a dangerous headlight at the front and a rear-mounted sliding taillight that you can open to access the bike’s electrical equipment. The bike’s dashboard is integrated directly into its fuel tank, which is displayed inside the body of the vehicle in such a way that passengers can see it clearly.
The Carota Design e-scooter has been the successor to the BMW Concept Link since 2017 and uses the same CMF, but is smaller, lighter and narrower in size. BMW’s matte metallic panels feel like a game thing, while the orange accents around the windshield of the e-scooter give it the color it needs. The front of the e-scooter comes with panels that hide the rider’s legs, which is a good symbol of the scooter design, while the rear wheel shows the engine and battery. The Carota design features a cantilevered seat that reduces trunk storage space but provides a loop on the left side to secure the helmet in place.