From BMW Canada They are coming Three special BMW R 18 Was born out of the importer’s first customization program Three Canadian customizers. These are Victoria’s J Donovan, Kelona’s Conquer motorcycles and Toronto’s Augmented Motorworks. “These projects demonstrate how important it is to create bikes that promote creativity and serve as a good foundation for owners and builders.Roland Stoker, BMW Motorrad Project Manager for Heritage Models, said after seeing the works.
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“The vision, craftsmanship and quality of work was very impressive – Stalker said -, Especially considering how young some of the builders are. I was very happy with the result“The credit goes to the BMW R18 model, which carries a 1,802 cc 2-cylinder boxer. The perfect base for customization. Were there any rules to follow? Only one. Custom bikes should be identical to road driving This summer, the trio are part of a dealer tour across Canada.
What are the features of the three models? The first BMW R 18 Future Cafe by J. Donovan, With the direction of discharge above the cylinder head, ending under the saddle. The tank has been redesigned, the upper part is made of polished aluminum, the front and rear fenders have been cut and finished in black. The second BMW R 18 Diamond Custom from Konquer Motorcycles, Defined as custom tug by Rob Thissen and his team, bronze metal paint, modified front and rear fenders and custom seat (diamond shaped). Finally, the last model, The BMW R 18 Tattooed Chopper Made by Nick Acosta By Augment Motorworks It was inspired by classic American helicopters. Attached with paint tattoos and sissy bar, handcrafted headlight mount, mini handlebar, cocktail shaker exhaust and custom saddle.
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