BMW K75 Streetfighter by Renard Speed Shop

May 15, 2014

Category: Rides

You don’t usually find too many hidden gems stuck in German barns for a decade. What, maybe a sweet set of lederhosen or an especially pungent bale of hay now and then, but that’s about it. However, Estonia’s Renard Speed Shop found this BMW K75 – well, they found the guy who found it – and proceeded to turn it into something special.

Hobbling in with bent forks bent and a dented tank, this K75 needed plenty of TLC. After stripping it down, the whole back side was rebuilt, getting everything from a new sub-frame to a set of upside down forks mounted up with radial calipers. The stock brake and clutch masters have been exchanged for some ISR hardware, and the Alcantara seat assembly features an integrated BMW R1150 tail lamp unit. The engine actually didn’t need much work, though it’s now mated to custom exhaust headers and a Danmotos silencer.

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