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New custom Rizoma R nine T Scrambler accessories

New Rizoma R nine T Scrambler accessories range released and adds spice to BMW’s hip retro scrambler.

Leading Italian motorcycle accessories brand Rizoma just released its new range of accessories for the BMW R nine T Scrambler. In essence, the Rizoma R nine T kit does add some spice to this already tasty and hip retro scrambler.

Rizoma was one of the first few firms to offer aftermarket accessories for the base BMW R nine T. This new catalogue sees it riding on that initial success and giving R nine T Scrambler owners even more choice at hand.

Highlights of the Rizoma R nine T Scrambler accessories range include a headlight fairing with billet aluminium adapters, a cross bar for the standard handlebar, front fender with fork stabiliser matching the rear fender, LED fog lights with aluminium covers, as well as side, and top bags supports, headlight mesh guard plus engine protector bars with replaceable aluminium sliders.

For those seeking a more aggressive riding ergonomics, the catalogue also includes a pair of RALLY Rider pegs that comes with replaceable steel teeth. There’s also an adjustable shift lever, adjustable 3D brake and clutch levers plus a varied choice of handlebar grips too.

As an added bonus, the Rizoma assured that the kits it previously released for the regular R nine T are compatible with the Scrambler version as well. These include things like the cylinder head covers, engine covers, intake tips, brake and clutch fluid reservoir caps, handlebar top clamps set, tank caps, frame hole caps, exhaust tips and four license plate mounts options.

You can view the Rizoma R nine T accessories menu in full via its dedicated page on Rizoma’s official site by clicking here.

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