Proudly built for Black T

Customizer Marcus Walz builds unique roadster based on an RnineT Pure

Since 2014, the world-renowned customizer Marcus Walz has been implementing his impressive concept of schiZZO BMW Boxer. Since November 2019, these conversions will be equipped with Black T struts and fork springs. The look, of the different BMWs, is unmistakable and unique.

Walzwerk GmbH has now built a unique roadster on the basis of a RnineT Pure. The style of Marcus Walz is unmistakable and is reflected in every detail of the bike. With the combination of some products from the enduro range, such as the valve lid protection or the throttle protection, the motorcycle gets a unique touch.

Components of rolling mill:

  • Rear frame
  • Bench
  • Aluminum fenders made of aluminium front and rear
  • Fat-Bar Handlebars
  • Handlebar weights
  • Le Mans tank lid
  • Mini LED flashing replacement front and rear
  • Frame triangles right and left

This exclusive conversion of rolling mill has been specially developed and visualized for the Black T brand. This conversion is not only a pure show bike, but especially the driving dynamics and performance has been decisive for the construction of this extraordinary vehicle.

The central product in this fascinating vehicle is, in addition to the high-quality conversion components, various manufacturers and the unique style of rolling mill is the height-adjustable Black T High-End strut (1199,00 €) and the Black T High-End telefork, which runs in carbon-coated standpipes (€4990.00)

With this setup, not only is a sporty-aggressive roadster on the road, but the bike also offers a spectacular riding performance. Marcus Walz, based in Schwetzingen, fascinates with his many years of experience and his stand on the international market for motorcycle conversions. The bike "Proudly built for Black T" is just one of his great works of art, with which he always amazes the scene. The love for his work is mainly in the detail. The elaborate painting, the personalised lettering and the coatings of the individual components make the bike shine in a completely different light.

In the end, the conversion was completed with the following accessories:

  • SC Project Titan Exhaust System
  • LED headlights with cornering and daytime running lights
  • LSL Footrest System
  • ABM brake and clutch levers
  • JvB License Plate Holder

Black T has been known on the market for many years as a high-quality individual solution in the chassis sector for so-called heritage bikes. Initially, the focus was on various models of the Indian brand as well as Triumph and BMW RnineT models. What is often not so well known is that the Black T shocks are also in circulation for many Harley-Davidson models. The striking logo and the shapely, dark design not only visually enhance the motorcycles, but also significantly improve the driving behaviour.
The built-in version of the Black-T dampers and fork components in this showbike clearly show what is possible with a top chassis and offer an exceptional performance with the highest quality equipment on the market.

This individual bike is estimated to be worth €32,000.00.

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