BMW K75 & K100

BMW K75 & K100

The BMW K Series is one of the most popular motorcycles of its era; it was released in a vast number of models throughout 1982 to 1995. The BMW K75 and K100 were some of the models sold throughout Europe and that are still in action, so it’s a good starting point for anyone who wants to build their own project whether they like Café Racer or Scrambler type of motorcycles.

When our friend and partner at Motoandbiketv.gr brought us a BMW K75 and asked us to improvise on it, we felt it was a great opportunity to see what we can bring to the table.

When we got our hands down on this project, our first move was to design a seat cover that would be universal – accustomed to any style of motorcycle. We made a plastic cover that would go under the seat so as to hide its huge electrical boxes and at the same time serve as an under tray to keep them clean. We built a seat cowl that could be a one-seater (with the seat hidden underneath) and that could easily be transformed to a two-seater by simply using 4 little extra screws.  So now we have a seat for BMW K75 and K100 that can be used in both a Café Racer motorcycle and a Scrambler. It’s not of course a bolt-on make, as that requires the sub frame to be cut at a selected point, but the installation pack includes all the necessary parts to make this construction easier. Following was the make of a front fender, smaller than the original, that can be installed without any modification on the front suspension. Finally what was missing was a side lid that would give the reservoir tank a more natural finish and not that slightly abrupt finish it had originally.

We are confident that buying one of the products in this series you will make a nice and easy built on your motorcycle regardless of the project you have in mind. You can check the details below, read the instructions following each product, and we will be at your disposal for any help you may need.