Kevil's Siren BMW R100 Street Scrambler [Photo Gallery]
Hence the knobby tires for enhanced grip in the wet dirt, mud and on rocky trails, retaining though asphalt capabilities. Faithful to the classic scrambler design, the Siren proudly displays a custom exhaust, with hand-made collectors and a 2-into-1 design, ending with a flared silencer on the left side of the bike, for an even more intriguing attire.
Instrumentation was also replaced by a digital unit for a modern touch, and the entire machine got a nifty paint job with color-matched headlight. To remain on the retro side, the headlamp got a chromed bezel. The dark cherry, pearl and graphite grey scheme is matched to the neatly-polished side panels and engine, for a consistent look.
Not sure how comfortable the thin, street-tracker tuck and roll seat is for prolonged off-road riding, but at least it boasts a good integration with the machine looks almost perfect.
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