BMW K75 Tatanka Motorcycle by Moto Sumisura

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Designer Frank A. of the Vigevano, Italy based custom bike garage Moto Sumisura has created another masterpiece in this custom BMW K75 motorcycle.

In a project titled ‘Tatanka K75,’ Frank has taken a 1985 BMW K75, stripped it down to its bare bones, and reintroduced the bike as the marvel you see above. The K75 was a popular bike to build due to the fact that it was the German auto maker’s cheapest offering during its inception. Although this custom version is based off the original, the bike has been outfitted with a slew of upgrades including a chopped rear frame, complete new exhaust system, custom aluminum front and rear fenders, retro handlebars, a chopped rear frame, and much more. [Via]

BMW K75 Tatanka Motorcycle by Moto Sumisura (3)

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BMW K75 Tatanka Motorcycle by Moto Sumisura (1)

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