It seems that custom builder Sébastien Beaupère has thrown away the rule book, ignored the criticism, raised his middle finger to the conservative Orthodox and built a BMW, "let's say," unlike any other.At the center of his creation there is a 1970 BMW R90S engine that Sébastien mounted on a half of the 50/60 R50 frame. The structure, which still has its plunger style rear shocks, remains essentially unchanged.Looking at the bike, it's hard to tell which part stands out more than the rest, but surely the rare 32 liters (8.5 gallons) tank, created by the German designer and builder, Karl Heinrich, will draw attention. To balance the imposing mass of Heinrich tank, big Mk2 Avon tires have been mounted on the obscured rims. moreover the red of the tank matches the red candles cables on the cylinders. The headlights have been moved to the left, leaving the front and rear free.Surely, after seeing this bike, it is clear that Sébastien will be criticized from many, but also appreciated from others ... We leave the comment to you!
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