Although BMW R100RT looks awkward and outdated, it is a truly capable donor model under its framed complete fairing and trunk. It is ballistically resistant and reliable. It is made in Germany. A cold 60hp 980cc OHV boxer, but simple yet accommodating a single-impact dual-bracket steel frame. Earth Motorcycles, a custom-made bike clothing company in Slovakia, proved this very well. Its 1993 BMW R100RT project was very clean and was called “Hailer”.
The entire production process begins with a complete disassembly before disassembling the frame, removing its sub-frame, plus upgraded YSS shock absorbers and shortened front forks, as well as powder coating from top to bottom. The engine has undergone a complete overhaul, including all-new internal parts, K&N filters, and the Cerakoted case that has been sandblasted and painted black. The Roundels of the tank have taken off their clothes, equipped with a Monza-style cover, and professionally painted using 2K painting technology. The float-style seat is now located in a small part of the subframe. The custom-made fenders front and rear further pack up the already intact car body, and a set of hem exhaust devices are finally surrounded by the bevel silencer of the carbon fiber end cap, adding a bit of modernity to the formula, and its straight rod series is now also Such a sporty Rizoma carbon canister, Motogadget rod end LED, rod end rearview mirror and handle, upgraded adjustable rod and GP type switch equipment. This ultra-clean zero-mile BMW R100RT version is currently available for sale on Bike Shed‘s website.