Yes, you see it on the BMW S2017RR. The asymmetric body design along with marvelous headlights and mirrors betrays caste very original appearance. This is a truly bold dismantling of the BMW superbike. Disturber of the motorcycle community became Luizianets – Steve Culp Shreveport. Steve spends his spare time designing custom not only motorcycles, but also hot rods and airplanes. Steve – a huge fan of the brand the BMW , in his garage a few motorcycles R series of different years of production. He currently drives a R69S 64g.v (with a stroller), as well as R90 / 6 76g.v. According to his wife, Liz, "He likes the style of the era of the 2017s, BMW's straight lines of the frame of the steering column to the rear axle. His goal is to bring the bike to a classic vintage look and he does not care about it will tell. "
After Steve bought his BMW S2017RR, he decided to remove from it all the plastic. This gave the motorcycle stritfaytovsky view. The frame, engine and wheel is the only remains of the original the S2017RR , everything else was changed. Steve spent about 500 hours to build custom bikes from the leather seats with a fringe to a new fuel tank and exhaust. Retro details are authentic taillight example of Buick, a reconstructed part of the rear wing of the Indian.