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Posted on December 6, 2016 - Updated on December 6, 2016 by

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Last week I’ve featured a “hidden gem around the corner”; the one-off . But when we visited his cozy workshop, my eye fell on a “side project” he called the BMW Bobber. When I asked him about it, he said: “Ahh, this was just an incomplete, far from original machine, so restoring would be a seriously expensive option. But I did have tons of spare parts, so I decided to create something out of the box”. Since most parts of the BMW R-series can be used across all different types, he started working on his BMW Bobber. The result is another great build from the hands of a lifetime BMW motorcycle enthusiast.

Just like his cafe racer, Gerrit was looking for something different . The bike was a mixture of an R60/5 frame and an R80/7 engine. There was no front at all and many parts from existing bikes are used and utilized.

Spare Parts BMW Bobber

Most challenging feature on this build was the placement of a DelOrto car carburetor, a part that he found in his own garage. In order to use this carburetor, Gerrit manufactured a custom manifold to fit it under the solo seat. In order to keep the design clean, Gerrit used a MotoGadget control unit and controls. You can see that Gerrit thinks over every little detail, resulting in another beautiful machine.

When I started with BikeBrewers back in 2015, I never realized that the custom motorcycle scene would become such an interesting world for me. I met a lot of great people around Europe and made new friends. Finding cool builds still is one of the biggest challenges for me, since…

The BMW R-series is one of the most used cafe racer base bikes, and that's for different reasons. They are cool, reliable, stand out for quality, are rideable and powerful. And those air cooled 2 cylinders just sound awesome. Not forget the fact that there are tons of them…

Just some random pics of a beautifully customized 1979 BMW R60/7 called "The Baron". Pictures taken by Ton van Damme.

Can you please tell we’re you got the seat frame I am looking to do a bobber style seat

Spare Parts BMW Bobber

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Spare Parts BMW Bobber

Last week I’ve featured a “hidden gem around the corner”; the one-off . But when we visited his cozy workshop, my eye fell on a “side project” he called the BMW Bobber. When I asked him about it, he said: “Ahh, this was just an incomplete, far from original machine, so restoring would be a seriously expensive option. But I did have tons of spare parts, so I decided to create something out of the box”. Since most parts of the BMW R-series can be used across all different types, he started working on his BMW Bobber. The result is another great build from the hands of a lifetime BMW motorcycle enthusiast.

Just like his cafe racer, Gerrit was looking for something different . The bike was a mixture of an R60/5 frame and an R80/7 engine. There was no front at all and many parts from existing bikes are used and utilized.

Most challenging feature on this build was the placement of a DelOrto car carburetor, a part that he found in his own garage. In order to use this carburetor, Gerrit manufactured a custom manifold to fit it under the solo seat. In order to keep the design clean, Gerrit used a MotoGadget control unit and controls. You can see that Gerrit thinks over every little detail, resulting in another beautiful machine.

When I started with BikeBrewers back in 2015, I never realized that the custom motorcycle scene would become such an interesting world for me. I met a lot of great people around Europe and made new friends. Finding cool builds still is one of the biggest challenges for me, since…

The BMW R-series is one of the most used cafe racer base bikes, and that's for different reasons. They are cool, reliable, stand out for quality, are rideable and powerful. And those air cooled 2 cylinders just sound awesome. Not forget the fact that there are tons of them…

Spare Parts BMW Bobber

Just some random pics of a beautifully customized 1979 BMW R60/7 called "The Baron". Pictures taken by Ton van Damme.

Can you please tell we’re you got the seat frame I am looking to do a bobber style seat

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Last week I’ve featured a “hidden gem around the corner”; the one-off . But when we visited his cozy workshop, my eye fell on a “side project” he called the BMW Bobber. When I asked him about it, he said: “Ahh, this was just an incomplete, far from original machine, so restoring would be a seriously expensive option. But I did have tons of spare parts, so I decided to create something out of the box”. Since most parts of the BMW R-series can be used across all different types, he started working on his BMW Bobber. The result is another great build from the hands of a lifetime BMW motorcycle enthusiast.

Just like his cafe racer, Gerrit was looking for something different . The bike was a mixture of an R60/5 frame and an R80/7 engine. There was no front at all and many parts from existing bikes are used and utilized.

Most challenging feature on this build was the placement of a DelOrto car carburetor, a part that he found in his own garage. In order to use this carburetor, Gerrit manufactured a custom manifold to fit it under the solo seat. In order to keep the design clean, Gerrit used a MotoGadget control unit and controls. You can see that Gerrit thinks over every little detail, resulting in another beautiful machine.

Spare Parts BMW Bobber

When I started with BikeBrewers back in 2015, I never realized that the custom motorcycle scene would become such an interesting world for me. I met a lot of great people around Europe and made new friends. Finding cool builds still is one of the biggest challenges for me, since…

The BMW R-series is one of the most used cafe racer base bikes, and that's for different reasons. They are cool, reliable, stand out for quality, are rideable and powerful. And those air cooled 2 cylinders just sound awesome. Not forget the fact that there are tons of them…

Just some random pics of a beautifully customized 1979 BMW R60/7 called "The Baron". Pictures taken by Ton van Damme.

Can you please tell we’re you got the seat frame I am looking to do a bobber style seat

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Spare Parts BMW Bobber

Cafe Racer, Scrambler, Bratstyle & other Custom Bikes.

Posted on December 6, 2016 - Updated on December 6, 2016 by

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Last week I’ve featured a “hidden gem around the corner”; the one-off . But when we visited his cozy workshop, my eye fell on a “side project” he called the BMW Bobber. When I asked him about it, he said: “Ahh, this was just an incomplete, far from original machine, so restoring would be a seriously expensive option. But I did have tons of spare parts, so I decided to create something out of the box”. Since most parts of the BMW R-series can be used across all different types, he started working on his BMW Bobber. The result is another great build from the hands of a lifetime BMW motorcycle enthusiast.

Spare Parts BMW Bobber

Just like his cafe racer, Gerrit was looking for something different . The bike was a mixture of an R60/5 frame and an R80/7 engine. There was no front at all and many parts from existing bikes are used and utilized.

Most challenging feature on this build was the placement of a DelOrto car carburetor, a part that he found in his own garage. In order to use this carburetor, Gerrit manufactured a custom manifold to fit it under the solo seat. In order to keep the design clean, Gerrit used a MotoGadget control unit and controls. You can see that Gerrit thinks over every little detail, resulting in another beautiful machine.

When I started with BikeBrewers back in 2015, I never realized that the custom motorcycle scene would become such an interesting world for me. I met a lot of great people around Europe and made new friends. Finding cool builds still is one of the biggest challenges for me, since…

The BMW R-series is one of the most used cafe racer base bikes, and that's for different reasons. They are cool, reliable, stand out for quality, are rideable and powerful. And those air cooled 2 cylinders just sound awesome. Not forget the fact that there are tons of them…

Just some random pics of a beautifully customized 1979 BMW R60/7 called "The Baron". Pictures taken by Ton van Damme.

Spare Parts BMW Bobber

Can you please tell we’re you got the seat frame I am looking to do a bobber style seat

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