1976 BMW R90/6 – RNINET/6
• Complete engine and transmission tear down and rebuild.
• All engine case were either bead blasted or powder coated
• Sub frame re-designed and welded on
• Custom race tech suspension rear and fork internals with gold valving
• Billet made top triple, bar clamps and steering damper knob
• Billet BMW tank emblems
• Billet pegs and mounts for rider and passenger
• Revolver Taillight from Analog Motor Goods
• Super Bright LED rear signals frenched into frame rails
• Front LED bar end signals
• Custom made and ceramic coated 2 into 1 exhaust with baffling and Cone Engineering Muffler
• Custom made air box that now houses battery and electronics
• Motogadget m-Unit, m-Switch Push Buttons, and Motoscope Tiny Speedo
• Beringer controls (clutch and brake)
• Custom made seat pan and leather
• 2 tone paint job (lower half of tank is clear coated raw metal)
• Electric blue accents on tank and spokes (powder coated)
• Every bearing, seal, nut and bolt replaced or made new
• Speedo frenched into head light bucket and custom made mounting brackets
• Earth X battery
• Avon Road Rider tires
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Photography by: Grant Schwingle
August 26, 2015
Got to see this at Barber, beautiful job on the /6 fellas, love the details and the upgrades, my kind of airhead.
still for sale?
Yes it is. If interested email us at [email protected]
Prices on current bikes for sale?
If interested please contact [email protected]
I want one so desperately. How many were built? Will you build another one?
We build unique customs. If interested in having something similar built we encourage you to fill out this link.
Super Nice build!
Du you have the beringer controls in your shop? Price?
We are a dealer but order on a per customer basis. Contact us at [email protected] if interested in ordering.
Hi guys, very nice built. Would you be so kind to tell me the size of the Avon Road riders the bike is using please?