1974 BMW R90/6 Café Racer built by Editor Richard Backus of Motorcycle Classics and Dairyland Cycle Insurance in the 2013 Race-To-Rebuild Sweepstakes Series of the magazine. I am the recipient and proud owner of this beautiful and fantastic motorcycle. I have ridden this bike for the last couple of years and really enjoyed every minute of it. This is a one-of-a-kind, well-built, well designed classic bike with some modern day tech gadgets and high quality parts and workmanship. Features include: a digital Motogadget Motoscop Pro gauge setup and sleek modern day switches and controls. Gazi Suspension shocks, Buchanans Spoke and Rim black sun anodized rims and stainless steel spokes, race tech fork brace, new Mikuni carbs with custom intake manifolds and pod filters, a nice throaty Dunstall replica exhaust system, there is some bluing on the headers, Drilled rotors and brakes by Spiegler Performance, This sleek custom design is beautifully painted in a two tone classy dark smoke color with lighter highlights, and hand painted silver pin stripes. Black powder coated chassis, cylinder heads, engine covers and fork lowers. Custom racer solo seat, with Ducati racing fairing. Original headlight, new wire harness powered by a Shorai lightweight lithium battery. Dual petcocks with high quality black fuel system line, and custom starter cover replaces the stock air box. Rear sets, new Duro tires, and a shorter swingarm for tighter improved handling, brushed aluminum signal lights and chrome cats-eye taillight with plate bracket.
Location: Seymour, Connecticut, United States
Price: Auction <- check here if it's still available
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Originally listed on February 1, 2016. Note that older listings are displayed for reference and will most probably not be available.