Not only is the bike you are laying eyes on, the Sprintbeemer, the winner of the hotly-contested 2013 Glemseck festival, it is also probably the bike of the decade. This Sprintbeemer, in fact, isn't even the one that won the 2013 race--it's even faster, and it won again last year. Developed by Seb Lorentz of The Lucky Cat Garage, modifications run from new valves, carbs, a new cam, ceramic clutch plate, and gearbox for the R100RS motor, to race pistons, cylinders, and - the piece de resistance - a NOS wet injection nitrous system. A completely custom NOS system that also required a new electrical system and custom 1930's-era BMW exhaust system, the whole kit boosted the Sprintbeemer's power by 20-25%. Finished with a wicked paint job for the nose and a custom scripted "Who needs 9 lives?" on the tank in candy red. Now, Seb and his team are ready for 2015 and are hoping to also take gold at the upcoming Wheels & Waves and Café Racer festivals in France.