Not even Sergio Armet, founder, in 2010, of the Kiddo Motors in Barcelona (Spain), imagined the success that they would have had, among the enthusiasts, with their customizations.What we are presenting today is one of their last accomplishments, a Café Racer with clean and minimalist lines, so desired by its owner, which required a balance oriented more towards reliability than to outright performance.Totally dismantled of all its parts, the big boxer engine has undergone a complete overhaul, while the frame has been redesigned and completely rebuilt. "We wanted a straight line from the engine to the subframe" says Sergio "and wanted to eliminate the BMW’s characteristic engine incline." The new frame has resulted in a change in the drive shaft to realign its geometry. A beautiful baguette leather seat with a racer tail and a short aluminum front fender, along with the bare metal tank finished with a dash of turquoise, complete the bodywork.The electrical system has been rewired, as they installed a new 14V alternator, a 14V voltage regulator, new power coils, a Motogadget m-Unit and new lithium-ion battery, placed in a custom-made casing behind the gearbox. To complete the look of this minimalist Café Racer a pair of Tommaselli clip-on handlebars, Taron footpegs and a small Motoscope speedo. Also many small details like the Monza tank cap, the short Norton exhaust terminals painted in black as well as the snowflake wheels which now mount Avon Roadrider tires.What to say about it, a Café Racer simply ... Muy Bonita!Kiddo MotorsWebsite Facebook
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