BMW R80 Scrambler ‘Olivera’ By NCT Motorcycles

Jun 29, 2018

Category: Rides

We’ve seen a handful of Austrian firm NCT Motorcycle’s custom bike builds. And while we’d certainly count ourselves lucky to ride any of them, their latest creation – a BMW R80 Scrambler they’ve named ‘Olivera’ – definitely tugs on our heart strings just a little bit more.

Maybe it’s the gorgeously simplicity to the build, maybe it’s the contrasting olive green and black paint job, or maybe it’s all of the above. Whatever the case, this completely rebuilt bike is a breathtaking masterpiece. Even better, the build isn’t just an upgraded appearance, as it included upgrades such as all-new electrics alongside Motogadget components, a powder-coated frame for extra durability, all new seals in the engine, and more. Whomever it is that buys this bike, at a price of just $16,763, will be a lucky so-and-so indeed.

Purchase: $16,763

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