The 1989 BMW R80 motorcycle gets a contemporary makeover courtesy of Angry Motors, a new custom motorbike workshop from Switzerland.

Entitled "T63,” a name that originates from the bike's chunky Michelin T63 tires -- the new sublime matte black color scheme is also reflective of the Swiss garage shop's admiration for understated elegance, and this model was chosen for the striking mono-shock on the rear, as well as the iconic boxer engine.

Taking over 350 hours to rebuild, the whole bike was stripped to the bone and all parts were powder coated, spray painted, and then rebuilt completely with new seals and stainless bolts. Bespoke pieces were also added, such as a custom leather seat, retro grips, monotone handlebar controls, YSS rear shocks and more to solidify the bike's clean minimalist design.

In other BMW news, the company's 2017 M6 GT3 Art Car was recently unveiled.

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