This 1982 BMW R100RT has been customized in the cafe racer style.
The fuel tank, front fender, and custom fiberglass bump seat have been refinished in black and silver with white pinstriping. The frame features a modified wrap-around tail section. LED lighting is present all around, with the headlight incorporating built-in turn signals, and the rear featuring dual lights with running, turn signal, and taillight functions. The bump seat serves as the housing for the battery and additional wiring.
Black snowflake wheels are fitted with Metzeler Sportec Klassik tires bearing white lettering, reportedly installed within the past year. The suspension setup includes a conventional front fork mounted in a lowered Toaster Tan triple tree and replacement rear shocks attached to the swingarm on the left and the driveshaft housing on the right. Brembo brakes have rebuilt calipers at both ends, a replacement rear master cylinder, and stainless steel lines.
The black clip-on handlebars come with bar-end mirrors and brown grips while retaining factory-style switch housings and levers. The instrument cluster is mounted on a modified bracket, positioned lower than stock, and includes an 85-mph speedometer, a tachometer with a 7,600-rpm redline, and a five-digit odometer.