WHEN HISTORY MEETS MODERN TECH.

LIMITED TO 7 UNITS WORLDWIDE. STARTING AT $99,000.
We’re happy to announce unique collaboration between NMoto Studio and Zillers Motorcycles – two companies with different style but the same philosophy: create motorcycles - real works of art. As a part of our collaboration the NMoto is becoming exclusive dealer of bikes and kits from ZIllers Motorcycle, the AMD World Champion 2019 – including this absolutely amazing Zillers Z01.

Zillers Z01 is a bike that made sensation last year, named the best custom bike of the year by many motoring media experts. With it’s streamlined design closely connected to BMW aviation history, the Z01 is also surprising with it’s tech, including in-house developed air suspension. All that’s really left now is the powertrain and part of the frame.

FEATURES

UNIQUE AIR SUSPENSION AND MORE
Most of the bikes parts are developed and build in-house by Zillers Motorcycle. The lower part of it’s streamlined fairing serves as a central stand – when you finished your ride, just press the button and the air suspension will do its job.
The slide-out rear compartment can store your gloves or charge a phone – there’s a charger inside. The final touch are CNC machined 18 inch turbine wheels, 3D-printed panels and oversized side BMW badges with integrated turn indicators.
Air suspension
Custom made stainless steel exhaust
CNC-machined 18-inch wheels
Motogadget insturments
Retractable glovebox
Landing lights
Belly pan serves as central stand

110

HORSEPOWER

AT 7750 RPM

140

TOP SPEED

MPH

1170

ENGINE CAPACITY

CC

180

HANDCRAFTED

PARTS

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It’s very Art Deco, it’s just beautiful, what a wonderful piece of machine.

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Jay Leno

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ONLY 13 UNITS WORLDWIDE

Zillers Z01 bikes are limited to just 13 units worldwide. The price $99,900 includes a brand new BMW R nineT, all parts and work. Each bike is truly unique: you can choose any color you like and further design modifications are available at request. We’re shipping the bikes worldwide.

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