Moto-Mucci: DAILY INSPIRATION: BMW R65 by Jerikan Motorcycles
BMW R65 It’s the work of Xabi Ithurralde, and it took him ten months to build. The slightly ungainly looks of the stock R65 are gone, replaced by the more athletic build of a scrambler: Xabi’s goal was to create “a narrow and light motorcycle to drive off road.” He chose a BMW R65 rather than a larger bike because the short-stroke boxer engine revs eagerly, and the weight—at just over 200 kg wet—is very manageable.
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BMW R80RT Scrambler 2
Chunky Tires on a Triumph (y con grips de fixie en el manubrio yeah)
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Surf's up! If you’re a laidback kinda guy who likes to ride the waves as well as the roads, what could be better than this BMW R65 with a surfboard rack?
BMW R80 | BY ER MOTORCYCLES
BMW Cafe Racer
ER Motorcycles BMW R80 ‘Mobster’ by Blaž Šuštaršič and his team at ER Motorcycles. Appropriately dubbed ‘Mobster’, this brooding bobber consists of an ’84 R80 engine in a R69S frame, with R50/5 forks and a rare Schorsch Meier fuel tank. The colour scheme is a blend of metallic bronze and black, with hints of raw and polished metal. There’s also some impressive leather work on the grips and seat. The bike’s overall stance is flawless: menacing, yet begging to be ridden. [ER Motorcycles]