Apollo K 100 | Cafe Racer by Ruby Cafe

The BMW K series, were the most widespread bases to create special, all have ventured into creating something different and worthy of noteworthy, but few have succeeded. 
Ardy Attaporn of Ruby Cafe is fascinated by the "Flying Brick" engine, the engine with the particular configuration that BMW adopted in the 80s to counter the 4 Japanese cylinders.

In his project he remained faithful to those years and to the history of the brand, in fact the graphics are reminiscent of German racing cars, all starting from a 1985 BMW K100

Ardy now has experience in the special world, in fact he founded his workshop in 2015 and immediately managed to get himself noticed by winning the Best Cafe Racer in Thailand in 2017.

To get to the final result it was necessary to build a new system for the Pro-link shock rear suspension, the gas tank and with butt and seat. The exhaust was specially made by joining several welded sections that end in 4 tubes protrude under the engine on the right side exhaust pipe.

The chassis is a melti pot of parts coming from different motorcycles, the front wheel is of an HD Road King, the rear one is BMW R1150GS.

The front fork comes from CBR1000 with Z800 front disks and GSX1000r handle bar, while the rear suspension is a Motoguzzi V10 shock with pro-link hand made

 @Ruby cafe ( RBCF ) , Hatyai , Thailand

1 comment

  1. Vivendo a Milano vedo K praticamente ovunque ormai, trasformate e originali per tutti i gusti, questa nel complesso non è male..


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