The Kustom Moto group has remodeled this 1992 BMW K1100 into a contemporary cafe racer, full with a strong 100+ bhp engine, up to date suspension, and improved brakes.
To attain a recent, minimalist look, the group started by absolutely disassembling the bike and changing each entrance and rear suspension programs and brakes. The unique bodywork was discarded in favor of a extra trendy aesthetic.
The brand new entrance finish was sourced from a BMW R nineT, that includes bespoke triple timber and upside-down 55mm forks, with Brembo Monobloc calipers on floating rotors to offer dependable stopping energy.
The unique rear suspension was changed with a fully-adjustable Wilbers monoshock and an extra disc brake, whereas the rear subframe was cropped and fitted with a brand new seat to match.
The entrance finish boasts basic cafe racer clip-ons, a headlight tucked behind a black grille, and a carbon fiber entrance fender, which covers a chunky Shinko Path Grasp tire and an identical unit on the again.
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