BMW Motorrad Spezial

Boxer SSR

Boxer SSR1000
Here’s an interesting idea: two bikes in one. It’s called the Boxer SSR, and it comes with a bodywork kit that transforms the naked roadster into a fully-faired sportsbike. Boxer Design is one of those tiny but occasionally interesting small-scale European marques.

The French outfit is best known for the Lamborghini motorbike—and concept machines such as Aprilia’s lovely Blue Marlin, the Voxan UB1, and the even more obscure Mondial Nuda.

The SSR has the V-twin 997 cc motor found in previous Boxer models, plus quality components such as Öhlins suspension. Launched in 2005, the SSR’s planned production run was 300: we’ve no idea how many, if any, have actually been built.

Image via Dutch site Motorencyclopedie.

  • I honestly am surprised that this idea doesn’t pick up traction. But based on the fact that no one else commented, apparently it is not a popular idea amongst riders. I personally want to practice a lot more with fiber glassing to be able to do this. Image have 5 bikes in once because you can quickly change out fairing designs. I think that is awesome.

  • hey…this motorcycle are freak-in cool….