BMW R-100/7 by Dom Vetro x Cardinal Motors

Dec 16, 2015

Category: Rides

Dom Vetro, the Italian eyewear company, has teamed up with Cardinal Motors, a chop shop in Brooklyn, to create a custom motorcycle, the Dom Vetro R100/7, and limited-edition motorcycle accessories.

This isn’t the first time we’ve seen an eyewear company team up with a customs shop, but the result might be one of the best custom BMW’s we’ve seen. The bike’s base is a 1978 BMW R100/7 that has been fully restored with custom parts. To do that, the creators stripped down the motorcycle and then re-built it with custom parts and top-quality components. The result is a clean, sophisticated build with a white tank and a red leather seat. To compliment the bike, the two companies crafted a range of accessories including two brand new versions of Dom Vetro’s popular polarized Cortina sunglasses, a custom-painted Bullitt Helmet, and a leather tank strap and tool roll. The accessories start at $189.

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