Vagabund Moto have recently unveiled their latest custom creation in the form of the BMW R80RT V05. The Australian shop aimed at keeping the bike vintage, all while infusing various futuristic elements. This in turn included classic aluminium parts and modern details of a complementary yellow stripe and tonal-grey rear wheel.

In general, Vagabund set the goal of creating a functional piece of art, so for this particular custom motorcycle they initially stripped the bike down. Basically starting from scratch, first up was modifying the tank position to ensure the right lines were in place for a more dynamic modern machine.

To further accentuate the shape of the ride, the reconstructed rear frame was then repositioned and welded, as all in all, all unnecessary components were discarded. Now, the V05's exhaust system, battery placement, electronics and lights are all highlighted even more so due to the minimalistic design.

For another impressive custom motorcycle, check out Sinroja's BMW R3 cafe racer that is a true street demon.

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