BMW R100R by Diamond Atelier

Apr 12, 2016

Category: Rides

The third time has proven to be more than just a charm for Diamond Atelier, as the Munich-based shop has simply smashed it with this brooding beast of a 1994 BMW R100R Classic.

It’s just their third build, but you couldn’t tell from this bike’s imposing demeanor, thanks in part to its front suspension being dropped three inches. The deep grey tank is pretty much the only non-black you’ll find here, aside from some gold highlights throughout. The wheels were stripped and re-finished, with the rims in black, and the hubs in gold metal-flake, while a new subframe and hand-stitched leather seat blend right in. Performance upgrades include a pair of 40mm Dell’Orto carbs, K&N filters and an Akrapovic racing exhaust. It all rolls on Continental TKC80s with a s low-slung headlight from LSL lighting the way. [Photography]

Diamond Atelier DA3

Diamond Atelier DA3

Diamond Atelier DA3

Diamond Atelier DA3

Diamond Atelier DA3

Diamond Atelier DA3

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