When we say that we see a lot of motorcycles come through, we mean a lot. Scramblers, cruisers, baggers, nakeds, choppers – you name it, we’ve had our eyes on one. You’d think that might get mundane after a while. And it can be. But then we see something like this BMW K100RS Cafe Racer by Hageman Motorcycles and the spark is reignited.
Shockingly, this is actually Greg Hageman’s first attempt at at BMW motorcycle. And while he didn’t expect it to turn out this good, we aren’t surprised at all. To transform the donor bike, Greg had to get clever – swapping out the front forks for a set from a ‘98 Yamaha R6 and adding a custom Hagon shock at the back to even out the ride for a more classic Cafe Racer style. This bike also received new 4 hole Bosch injectors, plugs, a thermostat and cables – as well as replacements for every single rubber piece. Finally, it got a new brown leather seat and a satin black paint job to round out the new digs. We’re sure you’ll agree that the owner of this bike is certainly a lucky man.