NEW YORK – The overriding purpose of the Progressive International Motorcycle show is to introduce riders to new models, and this weekend’s event at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center seemed to offer more choices to throw a leg over than in recent years.
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Rosen was able to get many of his shots during the morning press session on Friday; before the doors opened to the public. One truly riveting display was the “Nostalgia” effort of Miami custom builder NMOTO, which takes a new BMW R Nine T and uses 96 handcrafted parts to build a retro bike inspired by BMW’s R7 prototype from 1934.
It may look old, but the “Nostalgia” is modern beneath its skin, offering 110 horsepower and weighing only 452 pounds.