Twisted BMW R100GS Cafe Racer "6-Machine I"
Engine, frame, rear wheel and swingarm: orig.BMW, rear: CF1 (Street Machines) modified rear frame: newly created tank: Honda Boldor (do not worry, the fits because not sooo it), fork and front brakes. Suzuki SV1000 , better performance, better brake in conjunction with 17 "spoked KTM Supermoto, both new tires, handlebars reverse and slightly wider, electronic Classic speedometer: MMB, 48mm black with gold trim, exhaust: S1000RR, but you can also leave it out entirely, the silencer fully sufficient, if you want to be heard, lamp Mask: Master-S, V-Rod style with clear glass headlights u for this veh modified again..
This Cafe Racer almost done, now already painted like the design, the design like the most and was just an idea from me, further improvements are possible (eg something richer rear wheel, put the oil cooler in the middle or as now reduced bypass, raise my performance etc pp). At BMW of this kind there is always something to do, but most of the optics. The price includes a new Kardan, LED turn signals and taillight, carburetor adjustment, oil change to engine, transmission and final drive as well as HU and all entries.
I had not initially thought of as being able to build a box a motorcycle, but is still fun and ultimately hats made and therefore I would be willing to rebuild more BMWs, who would have thought - unfuckingunglaublich.
Price for now € 12.500, - to be negotiated locally, not by mail not on the phone! Inz., BMW, Ducati or Guzzi mgl.
These inspired me the Cafe Racer design by Roland Sands and the magazine MO with her penchant for Cafe racers including the Glemseck 101 , to which I must not miss out now .