Vagabund Moto of Austria likes a challenge, but perhaps none has been more of a hurdle than their latest BMW R nineT mod known as the V nineT Custom. Germany’s TÜV system happens to be very restrictive when it comes to bike mods that require stamped approval for every modified part. Furthermore, a bike’s frame can’t really be changed and parts must be designed for the specific bike model. This blacked out version is the first one in a series of V nineT motos, and it’s been commissioned by BMW’s Austrian distributor. New and highly specialized parts include a bolt-on rear end with a thin, integrated LED taillight, a gorgeous black leather seat, a new headlight housing, and a front fender, all crafted to BMW Motorrad quality, a high bar. Aftermarket parts like an exclusively made blackened Remus exhaust, a Motogadget speedometer, and a super-bright 1,000-lumen Koso Thunderbolt headlight to illuminate the path ahead. Add in custom paint and black powder-coated parts, and you can pony up $32K for the upgrades and the base bike. If you already have an R nineT, you can drop off the bike at the Vagabund shop to get the same treatment.