BMW airheads respond well to the cafe racer treatment. But you don’t often see one with a mono-shock conversion. This 1976 BMW (above) is owned by graphic designer Casey Wilkinson of the motorcycle-mad Wilkinson Brothers.
You know you’re doing something right when you’re based in London and get a commission from a German enthusiast to build a BMW. The compliment was paid to Untitled Motorcycles and this is the result: a very classy 1975 BMW custom.
Custom motorcycles are often about sacrifice. As looks improve, functionality suffers. So it’s good to see the occasional long-haul machine given the custom treatment—like this 1978 BMW from Crowe Customs of Portland, Oregon.
It’s a vintage BMW motorbike given the classic bobber treatment by Mark van der Kwaak of DBBP-Design in the Netherlands, with help from his friend Aad Heemskerk. The engine is from a 1976 BMW with Stromberg carbs… Read