Bike Of The Day: 1985 BMW K100RT ‘Cafe Racer’

This K100RT is a pleasant illustration of a sport touring bike from the Eighties, with a number of modifications typical of a “cafe racer” model. Its personalized bodywork comes full with new devices and lights, plus a Satan exhaust system geared up with a removable sleeve. It has additionally undergone a refinishing course of by Black Shuck Kustom, now sporting a Graphite shade scheme highlighted by pink accents, and a black leather-based seat with pink stitching.

That includes a longitudinally mounted 1,171cc four-cylinder “Flying Brick” engine, the K100 was the final BMW bike to make the most of this powertrain configuration. It generates 130 horsepower and 86 pound-feet of torque, paired with a six-speed transmission.

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