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Return of the Cafe Racers - Team Incomplete BMW Boxer

Team Incomplete BMW Boxer

After a 70mph spill this BMW Boxer was in no state to be ridden. The bikes wheels, forks and engine were the only items that were salvageable. After 4 months of thought and reflection a plan was devised to rebuild the BMW but in doing so make it handle and stop as well…

Team Incomplete BMW Boxer

After a 70mph spill this BMW Boxer was in no state to be ridden. The bikes wheels, forks and engine were the only items that were salvageable. After 4 months of thought and reflection a plan was devised to rebuild the BMW but in doing so make it handle and stop as well as possible. The result was this award winning Cafe Racer styled BMW Boxer.

Read about the development of the TI Boxer here on their website.

Team Incomplete BMW Boxer

Team Incomplete came about because of a love of bikes and boxers…the story of the TI Boxer creation struck a cord with those that always wanted a cafe’d BMW.”

Team Incomplete BMW Boxer
Team Incomplete BMW Boxer
Team Incomplete BMW Boxer
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