lets see the airheads scramblers!

Discussion in 'Airheads' started by vernon dent, Apr 17, 2011.

  1. vernon dent

    vernon dent Been here awhile

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    cafe, seen a bunch, bmw dirt bikes, ditto. how about posting up some pics of completed or in progress bmw airhead scramblers? what i've seen here (not enough) have my blood going. great idea, now let's see 'em!
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  2. Beater

    Beater The Bavarian Butcher

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    Not done yet ... still got a bit of welding to do ...

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    PS - That was an RT ...
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  3. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    bike in Florida...
    ...I'm in Germany:cry

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  4. jtwind

    jtwind Wisconsin Airhead

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  5. Bigger Al

    Bigger Al Still a stupid tire guy

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    Nice!

    Do you have any more pics of the solo seat? Maybe some of the installation? :deal:ear
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  6. Garthe

    Garthe ROCKS ARE YOUR FRIENDS...

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    JT, do you have more details / pictures on this bike...?
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  7. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    Seat is a Denfeld original, for passenger that is mounted on a rack. I haven't mounted yet, is only a mock up I did for the pic.

    I have been asking around the guys in Boxerschmiede and BMWbayer and since welding on a frame makes it harder to get the TUV in Germany, what they do is drill the frame (under the tank portion) using some parts of the seat bracket.

    So, in other words, I still have to figure it out...:(:

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  8. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    From Fuelmotorcycles

    "Our first project is this BMW. The main idea was to get a comfortable riding bike with a cool look trying not to spend a lot of money (that’s what i call “Low Cost Custom”) so we go for Scrambler style with a high handlebar, solo seat and off-road tyres…After 3 months, that’s the result. The first Fuel Motorcycle. The BMW R 100 “Scram”. Hope you like!"

    PS (this bike has been posted before on this forum)

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  9. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    another from Fuelmotorcycles...

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  10. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    details on R100 from Fuelmotorcycles...

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  11. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    R100
    Hella Blinkers and taillight
    Fiberglass rear fender
    R45 Headlight
    GS style handlebar
    Minitacho speedo
    Custom Exhaust
    Continental tires
    180 Kg

    I have seen this bike in person, it is great :D

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  12. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    this is a R67/2

    The original scrambler..?

    from Bonhams...
    "BMW factory records show that this motorcycle was completed on 28th May 1953 as an R67/2 model and sent to the Test Department to be prepared for that year's International Six Days Trial (ISDT) held in Czechoslovakia. West Germany's five-man Trophy Team was made up of two Maico riders (U Pohl and K L Westphal) and three entered on 594cc BMWs (G Meier, H Roth and W Zeller). Of the BMW riders, Hans Roth and Georg Meier (winner of the 1939 Isle of Man Senior TT for BMW) won FIM Gold Medals while the unfortunate Walter Zeller suffered a broken transmission bevel box – a previously unheard of failure – and was forced to retire. West Germany's Trophy Team finished the competition in 3rd place behind victorious Great Britain and runners-up Czechoslovakia. "

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  13. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    Some details on the R67/2

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  14. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    this is a R100 from Georg in BMW Bayer...

    Seat is from Siebenrock
    Blinkers and rear light are from Hella
    Tires are Hidenau
    Rear fender is original, mounted reversed
    Handlebar GS style
    Big bore kit from Siebenrock
    less than 200 Kg

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  15. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    another from BMW Bayer...

    similar specs as previous
    Alu fenders
    :evil

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  16. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    I don't have details on this one...

    ...but I like it :D

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  17. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    Another one from Boxerschmiede in Berlin

    R80
    Front Shortened by 3 inches aprox.
    Double shocks on one side
    Hella blinkers and taillight
    Continental tires
    Custom Seat
    5 inch headlight
    Fiber glass rear fender
    Custom exhaust
    Minitacho speedo

    Around 180 Kg

    I have also seen this one in person...amazing :rofl

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  18. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    Newest from BMW Boxerschmiede...

    Not sure it qualifies as a scrambler, but is cool :nod

    R100
    Old "look", hard tail
    Pirelli MT40 tires
    Pod filters with some sort of covers
    Custom seat
    Hella blinkers
    Custom engine cover to eliminate airbox

    Similar to a R67/2 ?

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  19. guzzitaco

    guzzitaco Been here awhile

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    From 0815 design

    R80ST
    Vespa blinkers
    Custom exhaust
    Flat track seat

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  20. vorg

    vorg Adventurer

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    :raabia That bike will haunt my dreams. :evil
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