VAGABUND Moto has just unveiled its latest custom bike in the form of a blacked-out 1994 BMW R100RT motorcycle. The VAGABUND “V12”has been stripped and rebuilt with a modified HATTECH Y-pipe and silencer, welded rear frame, a shortened LSL streetbar, shortened front forks, and a rear wheel cover made from fibre-reinforced plastic.
The bike also contains a plethora of 3D-printed components in the form of fork covers with LED signals, rear end module with a SinYo LED brake light, handlebar controls, indicator housing, and the 5 3/4-inch LED headlamp housing. Rounding off the bike is a custom license plate holder and milled aluminium Vagabund emblem on the tank.
This 100% road-legal bike can be found now over at VAGABUND Moto’s website.
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