The transformation of this 1984 BMW K100RT into a cafe racer was a meticulous five-month project. The bike now exudes a sleek aesthetic with its gray body complemented by striking black stripes. Powering this beauty is a robust 987cc horizontal inline-four engine, coupled with a responsive five-speed transmission. Notable features include a reliable driveshaft, a specially crafted bump seat, an electric starter for convenience, and clip-on handlebars for enhanced control.
The bike is also equipped with modern upgrades such as bar-end LED turn signals, Motogadget instrumentation for accurate readings, and an LED taillight for improved visibility. Enhancing the performance are an S1000RR fork, a single-sided swingarm, and a YSS rear shock. When it comes to stopping power, the triple Brembo disc brakes offer exceptional braking performance.
Completing the package is a stylish four-into-one exhaust system that not only adds a distinct sound but also enhances the bike’s overall performance. Lastly, the cafe racer is equipped with a practical side stand for easy parking and maneuvering.