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Customizer Bernhard Naumann, known as Blechmann, built the Giggerl on the basis of the BMW RnineT.

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Naumann built the Giggerl on behalf of BMW for the Soul Food event at the Club of Newchurch 2018 in Neukirchen, Austria.

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The custom bike bears the name Giggerl because it reminds its builder of a chicken (Giggerl in Austrian).

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Little by little, various drawings were created that indicated the future, futuristic look of the Giggerl.

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From the newly formed metal tank with raised BMW logos, a futuristically drawn front panel grows over the steering stub.

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The in-house developed exhaust system releases the exhaust gases of the two-cylinder as an under-engine pot laterally into the open.

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The headlight sits behind a small windshield.

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All cladding parts are formed from sheet metal.

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The message struck on the side panel shows the builder’s humor: "Kreizkruzefix, yo go hoit no, you damn dirty sheet..!

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The rear-view mirrors grow out of the panels.

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Everything made of sheet metal – there it is.

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Seat rolls with honeycomb structure.

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First of all, the BMW RnineT was completely stripped of all attachments to serve as a bare skeleton as inspiration.

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Little by little, all add-on parts were created.

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Newly shaped metal tank with raised BMW logos.

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Customizer Bernhard Naumann, known as Blechmann, and his work.

BMW Giggerl from Blechmann

Custom bike based on the R nineT

Customizer Bernhard Naumann, known as Blechmann, built the Giggerl on the basis of the BMW R nineT. His credo: “Searching for souls in metal. Surfaces that are balm for the eyes. "

The nickname "Blechmann" by Bernhard Naumann from St. Martin an der Raab in Austria says it all. When the trained bodybuilder rethinks a motorcycle, then it does so in a lot of metal and sheet metal – like the Giggerl. Naumann built the Giggerl on behalf of B.MW Motorrad for the Soul Food event at the Club of Newchurch 2018 in Neukirchen, Austria. The custom bike bears the name Giggerl because it reminds its builder of a chicken (Giggerl in Austrian).

Futuristic dirt sheet

First of all, the BMW R nineT was completely stripped of all attachments to serve as a bare skeleton as inspiration. Little by little, various drawings were created that indicated the future, futuristic look of the Giggerl. The series frame had to be modified at various points for implementation. The in-house developed exhaust system releases the exhaust gases of the two-cylinder as an under-engine pot laterally into the open.


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The tank and fairing are made entirely of sheet metal.

Nothing was left of the rear frame. The pilot sits on a small screwed-on metal structure with a honeycomb-look seat and a rear light mounted underneath. The license plate holder moves next to the rear brake calliper and carries a minimalist rear wheel splash guard as an arm.

The air filter box and the intake area connect sheet metal sculptures. From the newly formed metal tank with raised BMW logos grows a futuristically drawn front cladding that extends over the steering stub and ends in a BMW kidney at the front. Flanking metal shields extend towards the front wheel, while a small windshield sits enthroned on top. The rear-view mirrors are integrated into further wing elements above the steering stubs.

Design stripes in the BMW racing colors add a touch of nostalgia. The humor of the builder is shown by the message struck in the side panel: "Kreizkruzefix, yo go hoit nei, you damn dirty sheet ..!"

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