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R75/7 #2 Based on a 75 R75 serie 7 BMW Custom frame lowered back end -4cm, fork dropped machined -8cm and rethreaded. ...

BMW by ClutchCustom: The Best Looking Bike I've Seen in a While. How Often Can You Say "I wouldn't change a thing" ?

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Kim Boyle grew up immersed in the world of BMX. Then he started building motorcycles. Today, BCM turns out super-clean customs, like this amazing R100 BMW.

BMW R100/7 by Boyle Custom Moto

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Some motorcycles are so “right” from the start that it’s almost impossible to customize them. And one such machine is BMW’s R100RS. This beautiful resto-mod comes from Urban Motor of Berlin; it’s called “Werkstattrenner” and it’s a 1977 model bike, which was the first year for BMW’s flagship.

Urban Motor R100RS

Urban Motor "Werkstattrenner" The original BMW built in the late remains a classic bike whose looks will stand the test of time, but we’ve seen our fair share of restoration nightmares on this model to know that it should be left to the professionals

BMW R100T CUSTOM

BMW R100T custom

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Japan's Ritmo Sereno pays tribute to the R100RS with the stunning "RSR." The bike is significantly lighter, shaving 115 lbs off the original's weight of 533 lbs. Along with the streamlining, the bike gets custom controls, instrument holders, new battery box, and Öhlins shocks.5 The bike also gets a paint job inspired by the classic BMW racing cars of the 70s.

Ritmo Sereno BMW R100RS

Ritmo Sereno - In the the BMW was the most radical motorcycle you could buy. It was BMW’s answer to the relentless threat of large-capacity Japanese motorcycles.

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