Vagabund BMW R100R Scrambler

Mar 15, 2018

Category: Rides

A little Austrian motorcycle shop that goes by the name of Vagabund Moto are specialists when it comes to building vintage motorcycles, and this custom BMW R100R is exemplary of that.

The bike looks like a barebones cafe racer with a heavy helping of scrambler in its design. Its thick tires are perfect for off-roading, while the design can handle being a commuter bike as well. It has a gorgeous black and silver colorway, with the BMW logo providing just a little splash of color. It notably uses modern lights and has a futuristic display, but at its core, it still looks like something we would’ve driven twenty years ago. It’s this great eye for detail and the fact that its creators ensure that all of their bikes are great to ride that makes Vagabund’s bikes so highly regarded.

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