The machine comes as standard with ASC (traction control), full LED, two driving modes, USB socket and on-board computer. As accessories there is a rev counter and a solo seat with rear plate for the luggage roll. The rear frame can be removed. Even an adaptive cornering light is available for 190€.
What the R nineT Urban G/S surprisingly does not have is a gear indicator, a digital rev counter and a petrol indicator. We would have liked to have been able to integrate these things into the LC display. The cockpit is optically very reduced. The analog speedometer pleases and also the integration into the light mask is extremely successful.
There is a small disc, but it can't really provide good wind protection. From 120 km/h it gets pretty windy on the bike. The conventional front telescopic fork is not adjustable, the rear shock absorber, however, in rebound and spring base with hydraulic adjusting wheel.