Plam Werks, located in Hendersonville, North Carolina, undertook the customization of this remarkable 1993 BMW R100R motorcycle. The bike underwent a stunning transformation, with a metallic blue finish adorning its exterior, complementing a black powder-coated frame.
Powering this machine is a rebuilt boxer twin engine, featuring a 1,070cc big-bore kit, as well as meticulously ported and polished dual-plug cylinder heads.
Numerous additional modifications were implemented to enhance performance and aesthetics. The five-speed transmission received adjustments such as shorter first gear and taller fifth gear ratios.
The bike also incorporates a K1 final drive, an R nineT front end, Oshmo triple clamps, an Öhlins rear monoshock, Dell’Orto carburetors, a Motogadget speedometer and controller, Wunderlich frame support struts, ABM rearsets, and adjustable levers. Bar-end turn signals provide a sleek touch to the design.
This BMW R100R, transformed by Plam Werks, stands as a true testament to their craftsmanship and attention to detail.
Source: Bring A Trailer