The bike you see here is a fully restored BMW motorcycle from the 1970s, converted into a café racer. It features a black finish with a white double pinstripe on the fuel tank and a custom brown leather seat with matching brown handlebar grips. The bike is equipped with 18-inch satin black alloy wheels fitted with Hidenau tires.
Notable modifications and upgraded components include a BMW K100 fuel tank, handcrafted front and rear mudguards, and a custom-made rear subframe skillfully welded to the bike by a skilled motorcycle craftsman.
The exhaust system has been replaced with a more expressive setup. It is powered by a 450cc horizontally opposed twin-cylinder engine, providing approximately 35hp and 28lb-ft of torque to the rear wheel through a five-speed transmission.