Here at The Bullitt we love some BMW Cafe Racers and when we came across Team Incomplete's build we were blown away. The story of this build started when the owner went down at 70mph and only the wheels, forks and engine were salvageable. After 4 months of staring at the wrecked bike, the owner vowed to restore the Boxer, making it meaner and leaner than its original state.
They created a beautiful a steel trellis frame, and also used the paralever and transmission from a 92 R100GS, giving the bike a more rigid frame and better handling. You can see the whole build process here.
Labels: BMW, cafe racer, custom