The stripped-down body of a BMW K75 lies underneath the exterior of Moto Sumisura’s so-called Tatanka 75 motorcycle. At the time of its introduction in 1985, the K75 model was the cheapest motorcycle in production from the German manufacturer. A far cry from its origins, the Tatanka 75 boasts a chopped rear frame, new exhaust system and adjusted saddle support with brown leather detailing. Powder-coated wheels and fork, custom aluminum rear and front fenders, and retro handlebars with gum grips are among the other finer adjustments made, resulting in a minimal and sleek final product.
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