We just finished this slick BMW K100 taking it from a stock bike to turning heads by the dozen. Our client Todd brought the bike in with a list of ideas and inspirations for a final product and left the rest to us to pick through and piece together. Todd wanted to drastically change the look of the bike and wanted to do it with only minor modifications so to achieve this we focused on trimming off all the fat, a little paint and a moderate list of accessories.
To start we removed all the fairings, original seat and cowlings and chopped off a little of the rear sub frame for the new seat pan we created. Rich Phillips shaped the foam and wrapped it up in a custom leather cover uniquely shaping it to fit around a new tail light. New BKS muffler system, new bars and some paint on the engine covers and wheels by Powder ATX was another big phase of things we did that drastically changed the look of this bike. Before the bike was road ready we added the finishing touches by trimming down the front fender and re-located the license plate completing the clean and new aesthetic we were going for.