BMW R80 Indira Motorcycle by Ton-Up

Jun 12, 2015

Category: Rides

This is not one of those custom jobs where you can’t believe the final product came from the original version—the BMW DNA is clearly still evident here. But that hardly means the Ton-Up BMW R80 Indira Motorcycle isn’t a looker.

The BMW engine is still there, but the lengthy list of modifications includes a shortened sub-frame, lowered front suspension, and a new fuel tank that lowers the lines of the motorcycle. There’s a new smaller headlight, taillight and indicators, speedo, handlebar, handlebar grips and levers, but that’s not all. New exhaust pipes and fitted exhaust wraps were built, the engine, wheels, frame and rear mudguard were painted black, and the fuel tank was painted a mix of bright and matte black, with a little bit of brown lines to match the seat.

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