For years, Portland-based bike gurus Icon 1000 have been practicing what they preach. Their latest build - the BMW R90/6 "Slow Burn" - proves there's no better example of this philosophy. The motorcycle apparel company has channeled their know-how of the industry into designing this concept bike, which was "one of the last of the cheap BMW airhead buys in the Portland metro area." Icon 1000 managed to salvage a few original parts, but overhauled its stock configuration to include a custom exhaust, a subframe from a Ninja 300, a quilted seat from Ginger, a Ducati 860GT front fender, and Continental Twinduro TKC80 tires.
To show off the explosive new ride, the company unveiled a short film in which they "procured a military surplus Zodiac boat, an open stretch of Pacific coastline, and a rubber clad Russian model.”
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