Sonntag, 5. April 2015

Diamond Atelier #3 BMW R100R

Diomand Atelier, das sind Tom Konecny (Gründer, Kreativ-Direktor,Designer und Mechaniker), Pablo Steigleder (Gründer, Mechaniker) und Philipp Wulk (Fotograf, PR-Chef und Event- Manager), gegründet im Sommer 2013, haben nach dem beeindruckendem Umbaustart der BMW R80RT wieder etwas ganz besonderes geschaffen. Die Vorgaben für dieses Bike waren klar definiert!

Low. Brutal and Uncompromising!

Und genau diese Attribute wurden kompromisslos vom Team Diamond Atelier aus
München umgesetzt. Die Zutatenliste ist exzellent, die Umsetzung professionell und on top gibt es ein eigenständiges Design das dann auch noch TÜV – Konform ist.
Grandioser Umbau!
Tom, vielen Dank für die vielen Informationen und Fotos!

Die R100R steht zum verkauf!
Interessenten können sich direkt bei melden,
um einen Telefon-Termin zu vereinbaren. 

DA#3 BMW R100R /1994


By the end of 2014, it seemed like Diamond Atelier hit a spot in the custom motorcycle scene with their first full bike build. According to plan, the team’s next project was a small capacity Yamaha – the DA#2. But due to the unexpected success of the BMW R80 and the vast amount of ideas the guys still had for this model, it became clear that their next custom bike had to be another Airhead Boxer. The required characteristics for the bike included staggered wheels, a powerful 1000cc engine and solid front end suspension. All this was found in a 1994 BMW R100R Classic in immaculate condition, which was chosen to be transformed into what now is the DA#3 – the most radical BMW to be legally driven on German streets.

Parts list DA#3

All new built cross-­‐spoke wheels with gold-­   flaked hubs

TKC 80 in 110/80/18 and 160/90/17

320mm HE Brake discs and CNC-­‐machined adapters

New Brembo 4 piston calipers

Stainless steel brake lines

Brembo PSC-­‐16 brake master cylinder

41.3mm diameter telescopic forks newly built and lowered by 100mm

Yamaha MT-­‐03 headlight

Gilles clip-­‐on handlebars

Magura levers with bespoke clutch cable and machined adapters

Tomaselli quick-­‐action throttle grip

Gold-­‐flaked Tarozzi rearsets and custom-­‐made aluminum linkage

CNC-­‐machined engine covers

Dell’Orto PHM 40 carburetors with Moto Guzzi throttle cables

K&N Filters

Titanium Akrapovič racing exhaust

Minimalistic electronic system featuring Linergy LiFePo4 battery pack and balancer

Lifted gas tank with custom machined gas cap

Custom stainless steel side license plate holder attached to the driveshaft

De-­‐tabbed and cleaned main frame

Entirely scratch-­‐built rear frame

Hand-­‐sewed genuine cowhide seat

Hand-­‐mixed colors and self-­‐made stripes

All frame, drivetrain and suspension parts powder coated

The bike passes TÜV regulations and is legal on German streets


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