Two German Firms Dream Up an Aggressive Custom BMW Cafe Racer Dressed in Camo

A R nineT with a low hang frame
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Image via: Lukas Magerl 

Image via: Lukas Magerl 

Two of Munich's favorite sons have joined forces to put their own signature touches on one of the Bavarian brand's most famous motorcycles, codenamed the DA#4. Designed to help usher in the "neo-racer" genre of bike design, Diamond Atelier and K1X reworked the frame, mechanics, and power of a '15 BMW R nineT, creating a bike that easily captures attention with its balance of old and new. While it embraces new technology, complex electronics, and a four piece frame with bespoke touches, DA builders Tom Konecny and Pablo Steigleder also respected its past with a low, but broad stance finished with 100g sterling silver badges and even a 0.17 carat diamond into the triple clamp. The bike includes a 1180cc, two cylinder boxer engine with 115hp, and enough style to resonate around the world. Learn more at Diamond Atelier and check it up close in our gallery below.

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