BMW R1200R Custom Motorcycle by Lazareth

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

In search of a “neo-retro scrambler,” a France based motorcycle enthusiast hired Ludovic Lazareth and his team to customize this beautiful BMW 1200R.

The end result is a fusion between Scrambler and cafe racer – a truly unique offering. The bike has been completely revamped, and only the stock Paralever rear suspension and engine remain untouched. The French based customizers installed a brand new tubular chassis, front suspension from a Yamaha YZF-R6 sportbike, and to fit those meaty Continental Twinduro tires on there, the team also had to widen the 2 wheeler.  The bike’s aesthetics have remained subtle and minimalistic, yet aggressive at the same time.

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