BMW Motorrad Nightfuel 2018 @ Putrajaya

  • BMW Motorrad Nightfuel 2018 kicked off at Putrajaya.

  • BMW Motorrad Malaysia showed off the latest riding gear, accessories for the R nineT and BMW motorcycles.

  • There were also lucky draws, live band performances and great food.

BMW Motorrad Malaysia’s ultimate lifestyle event – BMW Motorrad Nightfuel – is back for 2018, kicked off at the Putrajaya Recreational Airport on 7th April 2018.

The event has always served as a platform for BMW motorcycle owners as well as those of other brands, to enjoy themselves over great a great atmosphere, food and music. They are also where bikers get to catch up with their riding buddies.

BMW Motorrad Malaysia on the other hand, seeks provide BMW motorcycle owners and event as a reward for their faith in the brand. Besides that, BMW Motorrad Malaysia had always announced new BMW models or products during Nightfuel.

Close to 1000 motorcycle owners turned up for this edition, the bikes were parked two-deep on both sides and the middle of the runway.

Each attendee received a welcome pack, lucky-draw voucher and wristband for the wonderful food. The lucky draw was carried out throughout the evening, with the winners going home with some terrific prizes.

The Malaysian band 9 Lives kept the party mood going as they belted out hit after hit.

There was also a fashion show where the models showed off the latest BMW Motorrad branded riding equipment, including a one-piece racesuit. The crowd were also the first to view the BMW Motorrad Spezial range of customization options for the R nineT.

On display were the R 1200 GS Rallye, S 1000 XR, R nineT Urban G/S, S 1000 R, S 1000 RR, K 1600 B, R nineT Pure, R 1200 RT and the ultra-exclusive S 1000 RR HP4 Race encased in a Perspex err… case.

Attendees were welcomed to try on the bikes (except for the R 1200 RT and HP4 Race).

It was another great evening for everyone who attended. Bring on the next Nightfuel!


Wahid's lust for motorcycles was spurred on by his late-Dad's love for his Lambretta on which he courted, married his mother, and took baby Wahid riding on it. He has since worked in the motorcycle and automotive industry for many years, before taking up riding courses and testing many, many motorcycles since becoming a motojournalist. Wahid likes to see things differently. What can you say about a guy who sees a road safety message in AC/DC's "Highway to Hell."

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