Robrock BMW K100 Is as Raw as It Gets
While we believe that the K100 was never among the beautiful bikes, Marc was way more drastic, as he firmly believed that this motorcycle was the ugliest ever built, by his standards. And this was the very reason behind him choosing to rebuild one according to his wishes.
Stripping it down to the bone and quickly getting rid of all the unnecessary parts, Marc Robrock cleaned the '84 K100 and started to rebuild it. Rims, fork, frame, all were sandblasted and powdercoated, and the tinkering started.
It took Marc 5 weeks to rebuild the new parts and put them together, including the aluminium subframe and custom seat, fenders and rear cowl. Aftermarket bars came in place and were modified to fit the new build and with everything in place, Robrock went on to get the bike certified for road use.
As strict as the German regulations are, it took another 6 weeks until Robrock could ride his raw BMW K100 legally. BikeEXIF got wind he plans to get rid of the old square exhaust and we hope the new one is at least as radical as the rest of the build.
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