People attending from across the country and from around the world, including Paul Teutul Jr. of Orange County Choppers fame who was a judge at the event, came to inspect the newly launched and much heralded machine. “Our motorcycle was a constant attraction throughout the weekend,” said Nmoto company founder Alex Niznik. “It was a pleasure to see and meet so many automotive enthusiasts of all ages and backgrounds who came to admire our creation. The smiles on their faces and the genuine interest shown – it all made for a fantastic experience.”
Having recently entered limited production, the Nmoto Nostalgia boasts new customers such as famed musician Billy Joel and noted BMW collector Peter Nettesheim. Inspired by the legendary BMW R7 – the 1934 prototype considered by many to be the Mona Lisa of motorcycles – the new Nmoto Nostalgia is based on the current, award-winning BMW R Nine T. Consisting of 96 handcrafted parts, the sleek, streamlined motorcycle offers gorgeous Art Deco style with wholly modern performance and reliability. It’s a motorcycle unlike anything else on the market today.
Available in a limited production series, orders are now being taken with a finished base price of $49,500 and an expected wait time of 3-6 months. The Nostalgia from Miami-based Nmoto is available in 11 color combinations, with customization options that include adjustable steering, seat trim finish, luggage box and passenger seat.For more details and information, visit nmoto.com.
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