BMW R65 Scrambler by Meat and Grease

11 Oct
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About a year ago I’ve stumbled upon a custom motorcycle from Meat and Grease. A small workshop in Belgium owned by two IT guys who needed some time off the desk. So they’ve decided to start building motorcycles next to their day jobs. In september I’ve featured one of their first bikes, based on a BMW R65RT. A pretty cool bike for starting bike brewers. But they thought is was time to improve their work and grabbed another R65RT and turned it into this R65 Scrambler.

You can find a list of modifications below the images.

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R65 Scrambler Modifications:

  • Frame blasted & powdercoated
  • Motogadget blinkers
  • Biltwell grips
  • Acewell speedo with integrated control-lights
  • Wheels blasted & powdercoated, new bearings
  • New Dunlop Tires
  • Tank cleaned & repainted duo striped, chevy-grey & brushed alu
  • Engine cleaned
  • Carburators are ultrasonic cleaned & rebuild
  • New rear-shock from Hagon
  • New handle bar
  • New exhausts
  • New subframe
  • New custom seat by Miller Kustom Upholstery
  • New Monza Gas cap
  • New Fuel taps
  • New control cables & choke
  • New progressive front suspension

R65 Scrambler Gallery

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