BMW R80 T63 by Angry Motors

Jun 8, 2017

Category: Rides

Watch out bike world, Switzerland-based Angry Motors just dropped the first build out of their workshop and this thing looks to shake up the scene for the better. It’s a scrambler based off a 1989 BMW R80 RT that has now been murdered out in all black and now bears the name “T63”.

Over 350 hours of sheer passion culminated in this monochromatic work or art, beginning with ripping the donor bike down to its most basic elements. From here, Angry Motors powder-coated the frame, spray painted the motor and parts and rebuilt the thing with all new seals and stainless bolts. All told, the bike boasts Bing carbs, a Megaphone exhaust to help the 800cc boxer engine breathe, and a custom rear end complete with a specialty-made leather seat for good measure. In addition, a Motogadget speedo and electronics were installed and the black beauty now rides atop Michelin T63 tires. Welcome to the show Angry Motors.

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