Bmw r75

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RSWB: A Granada Red Toaster Tank BMW by Roughchild | Bike EXIF Red Toaster, Bmw Vintage, Something Wild, Bike Exif, Bobber Motorcycle, Bridgestone, Running Gear, Brembo, Custom Motorcycles

There aren't many new ways left to customize classic R-series BMWs, and that means it's harder to make them stand out. You either need to build something wild or, like Roughchild Motorcycles of Los Angeles, keep it simple... and extremely tasteful. Founded by Robert Sabel, the Roughchild team works exclusively on BMWs—and has been doing so for over a decade. They can assemble an airhead with their eyes closed, and they know exactly what mods are 'must dos.' A while ago they took a classic…

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Frank Falcon
BMW R75/5 LWB Motos Bmw, Bmw Scrambler, Bmw Motorbikes, Cool Motorcycles, Vintage Motorcycles, Style Cafe Racer, Bmw Cafe Racer, Custom Cafe Racer, Cafe Racer Motorcycle

There’s something magical about a classic 70s BMW airhead: Slightly oddball lines, that remarkable engine, and the promise of fine German engineering. An off-kilter charm, if you like. This BMW R75/5, however, is not quite what it seems. It’s a subtly modified 1972 model that has been customized during a ground-up rebuild. And it looks as fresh as the day it rolled out of the BMW Motorrad Werk factory in Berlin. The craftsman responsible for this ‘traditional custom’ is Brandon Mungai, who…

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Terry Andrew
BMW R75/5 restomod from Roughchild of Los Angeles Motorcycle Aesthetic, Retro Motorcycle, Motorcycle News, Classic Motorcycle, Bmw Cafe Racer, Cafe Racer Design, Triumph Bobber, Bmw Motorcycles, Custom Bmw

We’ve found something for everyone this week in our travels around the web. We’ve got an XT600 from the Netherlands, a Honda 599 from Bulgaria, and a revitalized Vespa from Chicago. Plus a stunning BMW finished in Porsche’s classic Olive paint, from Roughchild of Los Angeles. Enjoy. Yamaha XT600 scrambler by Remco Witkamp In his youth, Dutchman Remco Witkamp built ‘cross mopeds’ and graduated to riding motocross bikes in competitions. A few years ago, he saw a photo of a scrambler and got…

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Sebastian Jung