There's your way of celebrating anniversaries, and then there's BMW's. If you're a motorcycling fan, you'll like what they've done here, creating a special edition take on the brand's first ever bike, the 1932 R32. BMW has been designing bikes for over 90 years and their experience and love of craftsmanship shows on every inch of this bike, which is a customizer's dream. Packing a 1170cc flat twin engine that puts out 110 hp and a neck-breaking 88 lb-ft of torque, all housed withing a beautiful tublar steel space frame. The highlight has to be the hand-painted 4.8-gallon fuel tank, which clams the R's aggressive stance with just the right amount of style. Finished off with blacked-out, wire-spoked aluminum wheels, plenty of forged aluminum, and an inverted front fork, all of which can be easily modded by owners for their own particular style. BMW hasn't released pricing or release details yet, but you can expect these around early next year.