BMW R90/6 Slow Burn by Icon 1000

Oct 5, 2015

Category: Rides

Even with custom bikes, many of the creations fit a certain mold, with companies fearing to think outside of the box or veer outside of the lines. And then there’s Kurt Walter of Icon 1000, a man that never sticks to the custom design conventions, as shown with his latest build, the ‘Slow Burn’ BMW R90/6.

This BMW build sports a heavily modified frame, as well as a heightened subframe and a reworked backbone. It sports custom mounts for the gas tank that keep it low and level, as well as a custom exhaust system unlike anything we’ve seen before, with a 2-into-1 and then back into 2 setup that makes its way all the way back to underneath the tail. The tires are thick and rugged, which adds to its military vibe that is further reinforced with a black and forest green colorway.

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