Svako BMW R100 Cafe Racer

Dec 30, 2015

Category: Rides

We all want to be prepared when the apocalypse finally comes. And since you’ve already built an underground lair to protect you from zombies, the next step in your preparation is to check out the Svako Motorcycles-built BMW R100 cafe racer — named the “Sbang” — a bike built with the apocalypse in mind.

Inspired by Mad Max, this motorcycle features Heidenau tires with thick tread, and an ignition switch that’s located on a central control panel on the gas tank, which comes with pre-made bullet holes in it. The bike uses a powerful 1,170 CC twin cylinder boxer motor with a headlight above the handlebars. What’s more, there’s a side light next to the gas tank for extra visibility. It’s designed to be ridden without regard for the bike’s safety.

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