Munich-based shop Diamond Atelier follows up last year's '92 BMW R80 with their latest build, a neo-noir 1994 BMW R100R Classic. To achieve a more aggressive stance than the original, the front suspension was dropped three inches, while the wheels have been stripped and refinished. The rims now come in black and the hubs in gold metal-flake. To accommodate a rear 6.3-inch tire, an offset was added to the hub. The stock tank and seat, meanwhile, in favor of an older and more recognizable R-series tank. A new subframe and a hand-stitched leather seat follow suit.
Modern details come in the form of a perfectly aligned headlight from LSL and a small LED taillight behind the seat. Motogadget provided the turn signals, with m-Blaze Disc bar-end units up front and new m-Blaze Pins for the rear.
Enjoy their third build above and find out more about Diamond Atelier here.