Any customizer, before starting his work, has to choose the style to follow according to his personal taste, to his customers' one, to the type of motorcycle to be processed, to the budget ... rather difficult decisions, having nothing to choose on if not a vague fantasy.Marcus Walz of Schizzo Concept (Walzwerk Racing) in Schwetzingen, Germany, has created his own customized menu to offer to his customers. As in a restaurant, he offers a simple menu, and a defined BUDGET, which gives a clear idea of what will be the finished product: Roadster, Cafe Racer or Scrambler.The idea is to realize a serie of reconverted motorcycles using a common structure. He starts with monolever BMW R80 motorcycle produced between 1984 and 1995. He goes on by stripping them bare and completely overhauling the engines. The frame is powder coated, the front end is new, while the overhauled forks remain the originals. The brake calipers are NOS Brembo with a twin piston unit, the triple clamp is a workpiece in high quality aluminum. Motogadget LSL electronics, Renthal configurable handlebar. The aluminum fenders are satin black powder coated, as well as the rims. This 80s scrambler version mounts Continental TKC tires, but there is the option Avon or traditional Firestone tires available for the Cafe Racer and Roadster. SC-Project from Milano has created a series of hand made exhausts, specific to the project.The rear subframe is made according to the model chosen, using a different type of monolevel mount, for example the Cafe Racer will use a more sloping mount apt for Ducati type shock absorbers.Despite the "standardization", every creation has a processing time of about 150 hours, so they are not cheap bikes, but it allows to significantly lower the budget.What you see in these pictures is the demo # 001 Scrambler. The project involves the construction of 12 motorcycles a year. As expected, orders for 2015 have been already exhausted and the next delivery will take place no earlier than May 2016.So what are you waiting for? ... you just have to decide...Roadster, Cafe Racer or Scrambler.
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