BMW R80 Cafe Racer by ROA Motorcycles

Jul 26, 2017

Category: Rides

Opening their doors to the custom bike world just three years ago, it’s impressive that the Spanish garage has been able to release a respectable 18 builds so far. And it’s not just quantity here either, for ROA has been able to dish out some clean builds for our enjoyment. Just take this BMW R80 for instance.

Featured here is their latest build – considered to be a mix of both cafe racer and scrambler styles. The result is a surprisingly simple finished product, complete with a hooped subframe that complements the smooth lines of the brown faux-suede seat. The tank was also painted a handsome shade of highly-glossed navy blue that pairs well with the brown hand grips also matching the seat. Additionally, a new T&T speedo adds a minimalist touch to the dashboard and a LED brake light now floats above the license plate. Keep em’ coming ROA, we’ll be waiting.

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