Concept Path 22
The BMW Concept Path 22 is a surfing-inspired concept motorcycle
based on the company's R nineT bike.
The BMW Concept Path 22 is named after a path on the French coast,
which is inaccessible by car, which surfers use to get to a stretch
of beach on the Atlantic coast of France. To keep up the surfer theme,
the concept features a surfboard rack and a funky paint job courtesy
of an artist named Ornamental Conifer. Seriously.
The beautifully machined aluminium surfboard rack, which features
leather holding straps, carries a surfboard designed specifically
for the bike. Surfboard manufacturers Dyer Brand were drafted in to
create two boards for the concept, one long and one short.
Despite the fact the BMW Concept Path 22 was conceived as a machine
to take off road. It has plenty of fine details and craftsmanship
to show its show bike origins. There's a tan leather seat with matching
leather handlebar grips, integrated handebar turn signals, and other
milled add-on components.
Powering the BMW Concept Path 22 is the same air-cooled, 110 horsepower,
flat-twin engine used in the R nineT production bike.
||Concept Path 22
|Engine / Drivetrain
||Air-cooled, flat-twin engine