BMW K100 CAFE RACER CUSTOMIZED BY JEREM MOTORCYCLES

BMW K100 CAFE

When it first competed with the then-unbeatable Japanese bikemakers in the 1980s, the BMW K100 was a significant motorcycle for the Bavarian behemoth. But now that there is less pressure, it has turned into a cult favourite among custom bike companies, producing some stunning bespoke K100s.

One such motorbike is made by Jerem Motorcycles, who turned a BMW K100 into a genuine (and purposefully ironic) cafe racer. Let's look at it.

The custom project, dubbed "Top Gun" by its creator, began as a K100LT, but very little of it is stock now. Starting at the top, the wheel itself is from a Suzuki GSX-R1000, while the USD forks and brakes are from a Suzuki TL1000S. The basic bodywork is also gone, and the fascia now sports an LED headlight, which enhances the beauty of the cafe racer.

BMW K100 CAFE`

Outback, the modified K100 is equipped with an alloy BMW K1200GT wheel and a monoshock from a Yamaha R1. The unusual tail-integrated air filter, which draws air in through side-mounted ducts, is the vehicle's showpiece at the back, though. Although it's difficult to avoid thinking it's an underseat exhaust, the actual exhaust exits to the left.

The K100's 987cc, four-cylinder engine is mostly unchanged save from the special four-into-one exhaust, in contrast to the bodywork. The gasoline tank is also OEM, although it has been carefully moved to change the ergonomics.

BMW K100 CAFE

Jerem Motorcycles completed the construction with unique clip-ons, grips, footpegs, and a digital instrument panel as the icing on the cake. The Top Gun is further enhanced by keyless ignition, all-LED lighting (including a glowing BMW emblem), and a stunning blue paintwork.

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