Good customizers are those who dedicate time and attention to both aesthetic and mechanical performance. Both look and updates, create custom bikes totally different from bikes just personalized.Pedro García and Efraon Triana of Café Racer Dreams in Madrid, know exactly how to build a "custom" and what we present today is their # 54.Based on a BMW R 100, this beautiful Cafe Racer, has been taken care of in both look and mechanical improvements. The big boxer engine has been completely revised and fitted with two new Dell'Orto carbs. The electrical system rebuilt with a Motogadget m-Unit. Forks and front brakes are from a Yamaha R1, while the rear shocks are performing Öhlins ones. The exhaust manifolds were wrapped with heat tape and the magnificent short silencers on the side are SuperTrapp.Many accessories are from CRD online shop, along with a new set of grips and Renthal handlebars. Special accessories such as the grill installed over the headlight or the small auxiliary headlight on the right, give this custom a very vintage look.The look has been studied in details. The subframe has been rebuilt to host a beautiful mud-colored leather saddle that suits perfectly the large tank. The tank has been rusted and then coated with a transparent protective lacquer. The frame has been gray powder-coated, while the snowflake wheels has been painted in black and mount now beautiful Firestone Deluxe Champion tires.Photos by Enrique PachecoWebsite Facebook
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