All BMW Café Racer fans have seen at least one of these photos. This is because BMW R 75/6 of 1976 embodies the very spirit of this style.The bike was bought by Casey Wilkinson of Wilkinson Brothers Design. Despite having 100,000 miles under his belt, the big boxer airheads engine worked perfectly, so Casey began to draw the guide lines for his idea of a café racer.In collaboration with Cliff Meyer of Meyerbuilt Metalworks, the rear frame has been rebuilt to house an handmade aluminum pigtail and a short leather saddle, and supports have been created to accommodate a rear mono-shock."The goal of this project was to compensate for the limited budget with elbow grease and creativity," says Casey. The airbox has disappeared and K&N cone filters inserted, the mufflers replaced with the Dunstall Shorty, the battery replaced with a lithium-ion one housed in the rear tail, and finally the grille headlight protection comes from an old MG car fixed with steel springs.What to say about this bike ... only that it is THE BMW Café Racer
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