BMW 2002 Tee by Cars for a Cure

The BMW 2002 is a car that came into being through a remarkable coincidence that occurred in a BMW workshop in 1967. Helmut Werner Bönsch (BMW’s director of product planning) and Alex von Falkenhausen (designer of the M10 engine) both had a 2 litre engine fitted to their stock BMW 1600-2 company cars, this gave…

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BMW R90/6 Custom

The BMW R90/6 was introduced in 1974 alongside the R90S – a motorcycle that would go on to win the first ever AMA Superbike World Championship in 1976. Both bikes utilised a 900cc air-cooled boxer twin, commonly referred to as an “air-head” and both sent power to the rear wheel via a 5-speed transmission and…

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BMW R80-7 Scrambler

The BMW R80/7 was produced between 1977 and 1984 in reasonably significant numbers, the boxer twin is widely considered to be one of the most bullet-proof motorcycle engines ever made and as a result many of them still roadworthy over 30 years later. This has led to the model being a popular target for custom…

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BMW K100 Cafe Racer

  The BMW K100 is not a motorcycle that one usually associates with cafe racers, or customs of any sort for that matter. The bike itself is a fascinating piece of BMW Motorrad history and surprisingly they remain quite cheap in many markets, despite their recent ascent to vintage status and the huge popularity of…

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Deus BMW R100S Custom

This BMW R100S custom by Deus Ex Machina, the garage is world famous for their customs based on American and Japanese motorcycles but we haven’t seen many machines based on European marques roll out of their workshops in Australia, Bali, the USA or Italy. The R100S you see here has been through what I’d call a ‘respectful…

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BMW Custom by Blitz Motorcycles

This new BMW Custom by Blitz Motorcycles has been called the “French Bobber” and very much in the style of the team at Blitz – it looks like something that’ll make the purists wail, gnash their teeth and don garments of sackcloth. Interestingly, the bike started life as 3 separate motorcycles – a BMW R80/7,…

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BMW Interceptor by Radical Ducati

The BMW Interceptor you see pictured above and below is the result of a collaboration between our friends over at Radical Ducati and Max Boxer. With a surname like ‘Boxer’ it’d be absurd for Max to ride anything except a vintage BMW air-head, this is a sentiment he clearly shares, given the fact that he…

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