2016 BMW R1200R Scrambler by Lazareth

Sep 13, 2016

Category: Rides

French bike outfitter Lazareth knows what it takes to turn an ordinary motorcycle into a twisted stealthy scrambler. And this build, in particular, based on a BMW R1200R, looks as menacing as it does fun to ride for anyone lucky enough to take this bike for a little afternoon cruise through the French countryside.

Taking the route of a neo-retro design, Lazareth opted to keep the R100R’s twin flat cylinder engine -a bit of a must when your bike comes stock with a vertical inlet and liquid-cooled engine. The ride also comes with a new frame and a pair of larger inverted telescopic forks measuring 44mm in diameter that adds to the bike’s brutal aesthetic. It rides on a set of 17-inch Excel Rims wrapped within a set of Continental TKC 80s, boasts an aluminum swing arm, adjustable hydraulic shock absorbers and a pair of Rhizome mirrors for good measure. Lazareth will even customize the bike further for customers as well. Can’t argue with that level of service. Pricing available upon request. [Purchase]






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