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BMW Motorrad’s R nineT is ripe for modification, which is why you see such a wide range of customized versions. FabMan Creations of South Africa might actually have made the ultimate art deco version with its Storm. Looking like something from vintage Bauhaus moto stables, the Storm gets clad in aviation-style aluminum armor that’s both slippery and properly industrial. The matte silver body and wheel covers are mated with bespoke handlebars, bar-end turn signals, and reverse-hinged levers. The instrument panel gets a great analog dashboard with an Acewell speedometer and pushbuttons, not unlike a vintage aircraft. We especially love the single-piece cowl which looks like The Iron Giant’s head with just one eye. It’s all topped off by an ergonomic saddle that’s unified with the body, and the entire bike makes it look like the R nineT was just born for this.

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