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Motorcycles July, 8 2013

BMW R100 by Kevils Speed Shop

Hailing from Devon, England, prolific BMW bike customizer Kevils Speed Shop presents its latest masterpiece. The 1983 BMW R100, nicknamed Eleven, was commissioned by a Belgian collector, who already calls his own a collection of 10 motorcycles. Stripped down to its essentials, the customized bike lacks everything related to performance, resulting in less visual fuss, and of course less weight. The engine providing a whopping 70 hp, however, hasn’t been touched at all. A rear disc brake conversion provides increased stopping power. Clip-ons and Raask rearsets have created a sportier riding position, and a custom tail section provides the sleek looks to match. The overall design is topped off with silver, bronze and cream colors, making for a distinct slightly retro-luxe appearance.

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