The BMW R100RT is an extremely successful platform, especially in the realm of aftermarket modification. Sadly, this can lead to an over encumbrance of similarly-outfitted bikes within the industry, making it all the more difficult to find a true gem. But Vagabund Moto knows exactly what it takes to stand out — illustrated, once again, by the outfit’s most recent project, the 1994 BMW R100RT V12.
The BMW R100RT V12 is a 100% street legal moto that exemplifies Vagabund’s commitment to excellence, boasting a unique glass-fiber-reinforced plastic (GRP) wheel cover, a retro fit collective upper triple tree, and a 60mm reduced front fork to enhance the cycle’s menacing demeanor. When it comes to performance, there’s not much to write home about; but aesthetically, there’s an extensive list of bespoke additions that give the R100RT a look all its own. A shortened LSL street bar and modified rear frame are complemented by the bike’s black ceramic-coated HATTECH Y-pipe and silencer, Grimeca Brakemaster cylinder, and 3D printed rear end, which includes a handful of custom-made housings. Needless to say, this blacked-out beast is in a league all its own. Head to the company’s website for more info on the bespoke build.
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