Na und die „M“- Lackierung geht sowieso immer.
Aber lest selbst:
Chris had always been a fan of old BMW airheads. When it was decided that a stable mate for his custom Thruxton was in order, an old airhead that was practical and personalised seemed to be the ideal steed. Chris sourced a low mileage 1986 BMW R80 as the donor bike. Smartly, the bike was serviced and ridden for a few months to get a good idea of what needed attention and upgrading during the custom stage. It wasn’t the tidiest example, so it was promptly shipped from Sydney to Brisbane and neither party had second thoughts about cutting it up. Given he’d already seen a lot of our previous work Chris’ brief was quite short, something our industrial designers were excited about. Transform the R80 into a usable street tracker that made feature of the boxer motor and paid homage to the BMW M-sport range, simple.