BMW Motorrad has unveiled the Concept Path 22 - its first interpretation of a scrambler bike - at the Wheels and Waves Festival.
The BMW Concept Path 22 is based on the BMW R nineT and features studded tyres, stitched leather seats and tailpipes made of high-quality stainless steel. The milled aluminium wheels have been specially made by BMW’s two-wheeler division and emphasise the bike’s quality detail.
The headlamp pan, fuel tank and mudguards of the Concept Path 22 bear the artwork of Nico Sclater who has been part of the Wheels & Waves movement for a long time and is co-founder of the scene's graphic identity.
Another highlight of BMW’s latest concept bike is a removable surfboard holder that can be adapted to different board sizes. The surfboard holder is made entirely of machined aluminium and leather.
"A scrambler is the perfect match for Wheels & Waves,’’ said Edgar Heinrich, Head of BMW Motorrad Design. “It's the epitome of a motorcycle beyond established standards and conventions. Performance specifications are not so much of interest - style and originality all the more so. Scramblers express passion and are as varied as their owners. The Concept Path 22 is our own interpretation based on the R nineT. The latter is the perfect basis for a scrambler conversion."