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Crooked 1986 BMW K100 Motorcycle

While there are famous one-man bike building activities like Hazan Motorworks and Alonze Custom that do practically the entirety of their own work in-house, the best custom forms are normally conceived out of a community collaboration, profiting by the additional arrangements of eyes and individual skill that every individual from the group brings to the table. What’s more, such is the situation with this totally dazzling 1986 BMW K100 dedicated the “Nightcrawler” from Bavarian shop, Crooked Motorcycles.

Developed from DC01 cold moved steel and propelled by the rakish tasteful of the Lockheed F-117 covertness warrior, the construct’s origami-esque tank was planned by Ivan Lit in 3D, prior to being cut with a water stream and welded together by nearby light master, Fred Flitzefuß. RT CNC prepared irregular triples to oblige a modified fork while Switzerland’s Yves Knobel was liable for the Flying Brick‘s bespoke upholstery and Big Chief’s Dieter Bals was entrusted with setting out the undertaking’s passed out paint plot. The monstrous joint exertion additionally incorporates the swing-arm and gearbox off of BMW’s K1100, a custom subframe, Wilbers stuns, a Cobra SPX Carbon exhaust, Motogadget electronics, Motoscope Pro display, holds, and bar-end LED pointers and mirrors, Magura switches and expert chambers, bumpy elastic, different carbon fiber bits, and an exposed LED fog light. Really a shared exertion at its best. To see a greater amount of the construct you can look at Crooked Motorcycles‘ site.

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