Sometimes, when people decide to open up a custom vehicle shop – motorcycle, car, or otherwise – it can take years of planning and work to get off the ground. And that can mean that a viable product won’t be released for at least that amount of time or more. That wasn’t the case with Pan Speed Shop out of Madrid. This Spanish firm, born from the minds and experience of Pedro Garica-Tapia and Efraón Triana, was just formed in June of 2016, but they’ve already released their first project, The Pan Meka Motorcycle, and it is a thing to behold.
Based on a BMW K1200S this bike has been stripped of the original plastic body, instead featuring a custom-designed exhaust and raw steel plates fitted onto the frame. And the whole motorcycle was rewired to feature a more high-tech digital dash and push-button functionality. The unique hatchet-shaped front end opens to reveal a pair of hand-built Xenon lights which open and close automatically while both the turn signals and tail lights are integrated LED strips. If the brand-new shop can continue to produce bikes this awe-inspiring, we will continue to drool at them for years to come.
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