BMW R100R ‘Mark II Evo’ By Diamond Atelier

Dec 3, 2018

Category: Rides

As far as clean renditions are concerned, few aftermarket builders perfect the art like Germany’s Diamond Atelier. Case-in-point, their newest “Mark II Evo” cafe racer prescribed from one of their most successful projects of all time — the Mark II — and built around the iconic BMW R100R.

The biggest difference between this build and its namesake is the workshop’s preference for the R100R Paralever over the R80RT Monolever. As for the work itself, Diamond made sure to include their iconic tank styling with this ride along with a hard-to-miss 4.25” crossed spoke rear wheel and a slimmer/lighter rear end than the Mark II. Also, and more notably, the Mark II Evo runs the gamut of MotoGadget. Meaning, here we find an RFID keyless start, with the m-unit and integrated indicators all hailing from the German brand. A low-slung hero without a doubt, its clear DA once again demonstrated their prowess in the realm of moto-magic with this 70-horsepower cafe racer.

Learn More: Here

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Rides

Carroll Shelby's Own Long Lost Mustangs Were Used To Make These REC Watches

A piece of American automotive history you can wear on your wrist.

Posted By Tim Huber

Partner
Featured Image

The 20 Most Expensive Motorcycles Ever Sold At Auction

The creme-de-la-creme of the vintage two-wheeled realm.

Posted By

Jan 15, 2021

Featured Image

Ares Design Honors The Defender With A Bespoke Carbon Fiber V8 Build

The exterior has been stripped of adornment -- even its rivets.

Posted By

Jan 15, 2021

Featured Image

Sony’s 149MPH Vision-S Electric Car Is Now A Bonafide Road-Going Prototype

Power will be sent to all four wheels by a pair of electric motors.

Posted By

Jan 15, 2021

Featured Image

Polaris Unleashes A Heavily Upgraded, Best-In-Class 2021 RZR Trail SxS Lineup

With updated styling, new interior amenities, and greater trail-ready performance.

Posted By

Jan 14, 2021

Featured Image

This Retro-Themed Street Bike Started Life As A No-Frills 2006 Ninja 650 Moto

Cowboy's Chopper turns a Kawasaki commuter bike into a vintage-flavored standard.

Posted By

Jan 14, 2021