This 1982 BMW R100 was rebuilt from the ground up while keeping vintage esthetics and modern ergonomics in mind. This R100 has a classic, yet aggressive café racer looks and attitude that just doesn’t exist from any motorcycle company’s current lineup. It truly is a one-of-a-kind motorcycle, it will turn even a novice of motorcyclist’s head. On this particular rebuild, every nut and bolt, O-ring and gasket was replaced, and nothing overlooked. Aside from restoring original parts, a lot of new features has been upgraded on this build and include the following listed below. This BMW R100 brings an elegant classic ride to the 21st century with a stance that surely won’t go unnoticed.
Motogadget M-unit is the brains of this bike. We eliminated the old bulky factory wire harness, fuses, and relays to utilize Motogadget’s mystic piece of modern engineering known as the M- Unit. This allows the operator to add on electrical devices, such as, hand grip warmers, cellphone charger, etc with ease. This device is fitted under the tank to be invisible to onlookers. The device has all of the necessary fuses and relays built in and is known as indestructible. Made in Germany, and will not disappoint
The tank was repainted in BMW MINERAL GRAY METALLIC with a high gloss clear coat for a modern look. The inside of the tank was stripped and resealed with a tank liner coating. The fuel cap was replaced with a slimmer cap for a better look and feel for the build style. The fuel taps on the tank are new along with the fuel lines and filter.
The Bing 40 Carburetors were soda blasted and rebuild along with a fresh coat of epoxy gasoline proof coating to keep the aluminum from oxidizing like the bare aluminum does on the stock look.
The engine was completely stripped down and new piston rings, head gaskets, valve gaskets, pushrods and boots were installed. While the engine was apart the case was soda blasted, and deep cleaned. New points and condenser, gaskets, diode board, and voltage reg were replaced to have this bike startup and run as it did when it was new. The clutch and flywheel were inspected, deep cleaned and rebalanced. all engine consumables were replaced. The engine was repainted in a matte epoxy black to resist heat and solvents.
The transmission was taken apart deep cleaned, inspected and reassembled. There are no consumable parts in the trasmission and all parts passed inspection. Painted in the same epoxy paint to match the engine.
Front (19”) and rear (18”) are tubeless alloy snow flake wheels finished in a high gloss black, with aggressive 804/805 knobby tires.
The forks were dissembled and had its bump stops, fork oil, and internals replaced and cleaned. new gaskets and crush rings were installed. The forks were powder coated in matte black.
The front Brembo calipers were rebuilt with new seals and pots. The brake pads were replaced with New Brembo pads. The brake lines were replaced with custom CoreMoto lines. The brake master cylinder is brand new. The rear Brembo brake master cylinder and Brembo caliper was also rebuild and the piston replaced.
The headlight has a built-in speedometer that imitates the 60’s style of older BMW’s and other European bikes. The speedometer runs off of GPS. The speedometer has about 250 test kilometers clocked on it to make sure the new rings seated properly. This is to ensure a proper break in period.
Mini indicator lights were installed into the top clamp from cognitomoto to express “TURN R/L, HIGHBEAM, N, OIL PRESSURE.” This is a handmade part for a very unique look. Under the seat is a Brake, tail, and turn signal LED bar. Hardly noticeable when the bike is off as to not distract your eyes from the natural lines of this motorcycle. Installed into the headlight mounts are “break-proof” LED front turn signals with white daytime running light.