BMW K-fé


This brutal cafe racer BMW K100 was built by a German mechanic named Mark Robrok (Marc Robrock). During the winter, he decided that after 25 years of riding a motorcycle he wants something new and it does not matter that when creating custom bikes with their legislation will have to adhere to strict limits. At the beginning of his adventure, Mark thought to buy an attractive bike and set it under him, but after a long search, decided, "Why not choose some not the most popular motorcycle and make it a bike that will not go unnoticed." In he eventually opted for the BMW K100 2017.

Cafe racer BMW K100

As soon as Mark drove a motorcycle in the garage, he delivered the bike from unnecessary details, but it left the factory of the elements in order to maintain a patina of three decades. After several weeks of grinding, cutting and welding, BMW K100 acquired its current shape. Everything was done with a view to approval by TÜV: no sharp or exposed parts, aluminum were added small wings and original exhaust saved.

Cafe racer BMW K100

Mark has made ​​a new subframe mounting for the tail and sitting in a cafe racer style . I replaced the stock ignition on "boshevskoe" and put a small lithium battery. Discs Fork and many small details have been sandblasted and painted with black powder paint.

Cafe racer BMW K100

Marc calls his own custom BMW K-fé. It took five weeks for the manufacture and assembly, and six weeks to design TÜV. Now, after the decision of all formalities kastomayzer remains only to develop a new exhaust system match for his brutal the BMW .

Cafe racer BMW K100

Cafe racer BMW K100


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