BMW R80 Mobster by ER Motorcycles

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Transforming his passion for 1960’s cafe racers into a career, Blaz Sustarsic founded his very own custom bike shop dubbed ER motorcycles (short for Espresso Racer).

The Slovenia based brand  has already churned out a few beauties, so expect to see more of them on our site moving forward. Our current obsession is this 1983 BMW R80 motorcycle crowned ‘The Mobster.’ ER worked on the project for nearly six months, custom fabricating everything from the exhaust and hand grips to the leather seat and electrical wiring. 18 inch wheels have been fitted to the bikes minimalistic frame, with BMW R50/5 front forks, tires from Corker Diamonds, and a Frozen Bronze paint job that is subtle, yet sophisticated.

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