BMW K100 by BSK SpeedWorks

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Our love for cafe racers knows no bounds. Take the BMW K100RR by BSK SpeedWorks for example. They took a 1984 BMW K100 touring bike and rebuilt it from the ground up into the high-performance cafe racer that you see before you. The normally tall, bulky bike was shed approximately 50 pounds of its weight, and given BSK custom touches such as a mildly-tuned rebuilt engine with new parts, a new clutch and reconditioned oil/water pump, a Bosch LE-Jetronic ignition, a suspension RAM rear shock and goldline progressive front springs, and BSK SpeedWork’s very own custom exhaust and rearsets paired with a Delkevic silencer. 3.50 120/17 front and 5.00 160×17 rear tires along with an Acewell digital display dash round out the highlights. Check out their site for more info on the build.

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