BMW R80 Brat R80RT R75 R90 R100 For Sale

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Description BMW R80 Brat R80RT R75 R90 R100

Selling a custom 1984 BMW R80RT brat (By Alchemy Motorcycles) for a customer and
friend of ours.  He is selling this build
to fund his next project (Vintage VW Bus).  We built this bike to what we thought a
tasteful BMW brat would be if it would “blacked out”.  The bike is titled and registered in his name.  The R80’s weight was trimmed down by getting
rid of any unnecessary parts.  The
sub-frame was shortened and re-hooped to for new newly leather brat style seat.  A small fender was cut and trimmed, then
welded to the end of the hoop to hold the new LED taillight.  The entire bike has been gone through and
rebuilt from the floor up.  Every nut,
washer, and bolt has been re-plated in chrome.  Some hardware was replaced with button head
Allen screws for a cleaner look.  The
tank and headlight were painted in a two-stage black using PPG products.  The frame, swing arm, forks, ect. have been
freshly powder coated.  The frame has
been gone through and de-tabbed.  The
wiring loom has been stripped down and rerouted to hide most of the wiring
throughout the bike.  The front fender
has been cut, shortened, and re-welded a more appropriate size.  The rims were powder coated in a satin black
and wrapped with new firestone radials for a vintage look.  New black ultra low-rise 7/8” handlebars and
lowbrow grips.  The throttle and clutch
were fitted with new custom length Motion Pro cables.  The carburetors have been media blasted with
baking soda and rebuilt with OEM BMW parts and new K&N cone filters. The
motor was cleaned, prepped, and painted in a satin black to contrast the glossy
paint and frame.  The exhaust was
shortened for weight and fitted with shorty mufflers and are now tucked right
under the foot pegs.  We love the sound
of these pipes now. 



Let me know if you have any more questions or if you would
like to check the bike out in person, the bike is in the San Diego area.


Please no trades or asking what the reserve is, this is an
auction and it will sell to the highest bidder. 
Will help with arranging shipping at the winning bidder’s expense.


The last two pictures are of a CB160 I had built a few years
ago and a CL110 replica (CL175 sloper engine) I currently ride (we won an award
for this build at The One Moto Show in 2015)

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