Designed by Ola Stenegärd, the BMW R nineT is one the most popular bike for customizing, and for good reason. The engine and chassis wiring harnesses are separate, and the rear subframe, taillights and headlight can be removed by simply undoing a few bolts.
Today we are going to talk about Injustice Customs and their catching custom creation “Thor”, using an Urban G/S BMW R nineT as a base. “Thor” is the work of Anton Knutsson, in which he mixes this blacked-out and carbon-fiber clad scrambler look with a post-apocalyptic style.
Anton started Injustice Customs in 2016, but his love of motorcycles goes much further back.His father was a European four-stroke dirt bike champ, and Anton followed in his tire tracks. During the Swedish championship Anton broke hip and both arms, so his riding career was over.
Working at a marketing agency, he built a lot of bikes in his spare time. Soon he decided to quit and become a professional customizer.
The idea for the R nineT build started to germinate last year, when Anton took a big road trip across the Pyrénées, through the Alps and back to Sweden. “It was incredible, but I was on a flat-tracker,” he says. “It would have been much more enjoyable on something purpose-built for adventure.”