This BMW K100 scrambler stands out as a custom motorcycle in Lord Drake Kustoms cafe racer workshopin Spain for a customer who did not want the typical Cafe Racer motorcycle transformation. He wanted a “Flying brick” Scrambler.

BMW K100 Scrambler Right-side view

The first thing that Fran Manen did was check the mechanical condition, then our team of mechanics specialized in BMW motorcycles, put it into readiness and we started the scrambler modification work.

Front right side view

We started with the disassembly of this BMW K100, then we installed scrambler motorcycle tires such as the Continental TKC80, as wide as possible and a scrambler handlebar. Then we continue with the trimming and modification of the chassis of this motorcycle, to house a two-seater seat for this BMW K100 made to measure.

Handlebar and mirrors detail

Many of the components of this custom motorcycle were supplied by our supplier of parts and accessories for cafe racer and custom motorcycles “Customiza tu moto”; including: motogadget tiny speedo, YSS air cylinder shock for BMW, strong turn signals, grips, mirrors, taillight, etc.

Odometer detail
Rear wheel and exhaust detail

The front suspension was modified and the cafe racer-style license plate bracket was handcrafted. The side covers with chrome grilles were also manufactured for this transformed scramblery style bike. The tailpipe was modified by installing a new cafe racer tailpipe which has given thisBMW “Flying brick” a beautiful sound.

Rear wheel and seat detail

Electrostaticpowder coatingwas applied by metalcolorsin matt black to many parts of this customized BMW, and a matt graphite gray was chosen for the fuel tank.

Seat detail

Finally, all the reforms carried out in this “Flying brick scrambler” have been legalized with our own homologation service for transformed and customized motorcycles.

Left side view