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    Default BMW Bobber

    I wanted to build something other than a Harley for a change:



    Don't get me wrong, I still love Harleys but it was fun doing something different!

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    It's nice to see something different. Rear fender is clean, paint looks great. Well done.

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    *whew* thank you,I'm actually starting to get over sportster'd lately. A nicely done bike is cool in any flavor.

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    Believe me, i saw Marc's BMW for real and it's a killer machine.

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    Great bike! I love anything strange and different.

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    i remember seeing this in a magazine a while back. or i'm pretty sure this was the bike. But its for sure the coolest bmw i've ever seen. And one of my favorite bikes ever.

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    I remember seeing that bike in a magazine or online a while back. (That was weird, jinx Justin) Super impressive. Any more photos? I think those engines are very interesting. So much the opposite of a HD set up with all the enclosed components and such. It's shaft drive too, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by billdozer View Post
    I remember seeing that bike in a magazine or online a while back. (That was weird, jinx Justin) Super impressive. Any more photos? I think those engines are very interesting. So much the opposite of a HD set up with all the enclosed components and such. It's shaft drive too, right?
    Yep...shafty.

    It's a beautiful machine.


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    killer! perfect bike!

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    is it the 650?

    Damn this bike looks really low and sleek. Well done.

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    not tryin to sound like a complet idiot but does the heat bother the shins at all. I know it can't be bad on all BMW's cause I read a book called Investment Biker about the first guy to ride around the world on a BMW

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    dude, i am totally diggin this bike, the bmw engine looks so cool in a bobber.

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    Well I can tell yea from experience that your feet don't get cold and if they get wet they dry out quickly.
    I own a 74 BMW r90 and after seeing these photos I was tempted to get the saws all out.
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    I love the Strombergs.... I know Duckman has some YouTube vids of this bike rolling. Everytime I see this bike the lights go dim..... cue "Endless Love".... disco ball...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o5AEh-y7ZPM

    aha! Found it!
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    Verrrry nice beemer. Those have to be the easiest engines in the world to work on. You can do a top end job in about an hour and a half...... if you dick around . Beautiful chop...... looks like beemer fag heaven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    not tryin to sound like a complet idiot but does the heat bother the shins at all. I know it can't be bad on all BMW's cause I read a book called Investment Biker about the first guy to ride around the world on a BMW
    Nope, the heat doesn't bother your shins at all. Of course I always wear boots when I ride. On a fully faired BMW (either RS or RT) you can ride in the rain and not get wet....... as long as you are moving above 40 MPH......
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    this is the coolest bmw i have ever seen..

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    Killer bike man....I dig the zero style bikes where the front and rear wheels are fat and the bike low and sleek. Nice job!!!

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    Great build, nicely done. I can't stop looking at it.

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    Very nicely done! Beautiful!

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