Viba is bringing custom motorcycle builds into the modern age with the Cara, a BMW R nine T that features a host of 3D-printed parts. Once almost exclusively off-the-shelf parts and handwork, Viba has transformed BMW's infinitely customizable platform with a futuristic look. Starting with the handlebars, Viba recreated an early-20th century look with 3D-printed aluminum that eschews the traditional round bar for a square shape incorporating the analog speedometer. Intakes more efficiently channel air into the motor and hide the turn indicators, and the rear subframe and solo seat integrate seamlessly into the overall design theme. The front fender, side fairing, and even the Inconel exhaust are all 3D-printed as well. Viba will be making 23 examples of the Cara with preorders available now.