BMW K100 by BSK Speedworks

16 Apr 2013 10:45 pm | Bikes, BMW Motorcycles

I happen to know there are plenty of guys out there curious about how would a racing version of the BMW K100 look like. Don’t let worries overwhelm you though, we’ve found it – worked out by BSK Speedworks.

The so-called BSK Speedworks K100 racing version has been superbly put together in the brand’s workshop in Bedfordshire, England. Keeping in mind that this bike was actually meant for touring, the guys garnished it with a cafe-racer theme. They’ve shed somewhere around 50 kg (110 lbs) off the bike, they’ve rebuilt the engine and fitted it with a brand new clutch, oil and water pumps, alongside a brand new forced-air intake system.

The list of changes they’ve done to the bike goes on, featuring fine tuning and new Bosch ignition. Thanks to these, it now delivers 90 HP. Furthermore, the suspension system was upgraded to RAM at the rear and Goldline at the front, to go with the redesigned frame, while BSK boys have mounted the brand’s in-house rear seats and new exhaust system.

This gorgeous bike, in case you’re considering a new 2-wheeled acquisition, can be yours at €6,800 ($8,925).

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