Bored with your R nineT Scrambler?
Well, be bored no more my friend: BMW accessory specialists, Wunderlich, have created this rather tasty looking special to demonstrate what you could do with a copy of their catalogue and (probably) a rather large fistfull of Euros.
It’s called ‘Green Hell’ (we’re not sure why) and is inspired by the scramblers campaigned by BMW in the late 1970s International Six Days Trial events.
The stripped-down ’70s enduro-bike look starts at the front, with the vintage-style ‘TT’ headlight surround and short, yellow fly-screen. Behind this are Wunderlich’s height-adjustable Six Days Handlebars, Clear Protect Hand Guards and fully adjustable Brake and Clutch Levers.
The traditional Spoked Wheels are topped off with stubby, Brushed Aluminium Mudguards, front and rear. The tail section also benefits from a vintage-style Tubular Steel Sub-Frame with integrated tail light, and a minimalist brushed aluminium Number Plate Holder.
A side-mounted Aluminium Number Plate, Monza Fuel Filler Cap and three-piece Tank Pad Set help finish off the competition-bike look.
Wunderlich say alongside the cosmetic makeover, the ‘Green Hell’ kit also helps prep the Scrambler for the trails: there’s a fully-adjustable Rear Suspension Kit, Fork Upgrade Kit and adjustable Paralever Strut to help tailor the ride; Engine Crash Bars, Dakar Engine Protection Plate, Header Pipe Protector and Oil Cooler Guard help protect against flying debris, and from low speed falls.
Crash-bar mounted LED Auxiliary Lights give extra visibility on dark trails. There’s also a choice of Retro Sidebags.
The R nineT ‘Green Hell’ conversion can be purchased as a complete kit, or as individual upgrade/add-ons. Additional parts will be added to Wunderlich’s catalogue soon.