With decidedly unusual lines, here is what the new creation of the CRD Café Racer Dreams of Madrid looks like.Pedro García and Efraon Triana of CRD with their # 58, wanted to reverse or rather recreate a new design trend, transforming a BMW R100 in a mix of styles. A Scrambler, a Brat, a Bobber ... difficult to define it, definitely a bike that doesn't go unnoticed.The big original tank has been replaced with a smaller one of a 1972 Puch. The rear subframe has been rebuilt with a new support fitting a pair of Hagon XL shock absorbers rather inclined and an handmade saddle that integrates a rear LED light. The rear fender is a front fender of a R100, reshaped to fit the new shape.The hub of the front forks and the big disc brakes are from a 1994 BMW F650, while the beautiful spoked wheels are fitted with TKC80 Continental tires. Looking at the engine, we note a pair of K&N filters, the airbox has been replaced with an aluminum box, which is where the battery and the control unit Motogadget m-Unit are.Other Motogadget components include the speedo, the switches and the bar-end indicators. The Renthal handlebar is positioned on the contrary to make it extremely low, with Biltwell Inc handles. Taron footpegs and short inverted cones terminals complete the package. The livery pays homage to the BMW's motorsport world.This latest achievement of the Café Racer Dreams of Madrid certainly will get itself talked about.Some will love it, others will find it hard to understand ... but that's part of the game and of the personal tastes.(c) photo Enrique Pacheco
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