BMW airheads respond well to the cafe racer treatment. But you don’t often see one with a mono-shock conversion. This 1976 BMW (above) is owned by graphic designer Casey Wilkinson of the motorcycle-mad Wilkinson Brothers.
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Sarge Street Scrambler 1980 BMW This military inspired muscle street scrambler, with vintage brown leather seat and contrasting grips, digital speedo, black head lamp with chrome grille, Ascot green pearl metallic custom paint and road legal Enduro tyres.
How can a motorcycle over 30 years old drive our hearts to pound faster than a new cycle fresh off the line? The 1980 BMW Cafe Racer is a motorcycle that will stop you in your tracks and have you taking a second look.
Custom motorcycles are often about sacrifice. As looks improve, functionality suffers. So it’s good to see the occasional long-haul machine given the custom treatment—like this 1978 BMW from Crowe Customs of Portland, Oregon.