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1985 | BMW R 80


20.000 €

L'IVA è recuperabile



GOLD STANDARD: BMW R80 by Incerum Customs.

In just the same way that an R can be built into any style, they were literally built in an enormous number of configurations by BMW themselves, and this too has no doubt led many to be inspired to take them to their logical endpoint of refinement and customisation. The R itself is part of BMW’s alphanumeric naming system and stands for boxer twin, the numbers that follow indicate the engine capacity and the final letters like RT and GS stand for things like Road Touring and Gelände Sport (Dual Sport). This particular example left the German factory in 1985 as an R80 RT, and in the monoshock version.

With an enormous number of high-end R’s under his belt, Incerum has a process as to how he goes about building his bikes. It of course starts at the foundation, the frame, and to get to that means stripping off absolutely everything else. Then the frame is prepared for the modifications to follow, a host of brackets and tabs are cut off, welds are checked and perfected unless they’re flawless, new mounting points are added and the whole thing is smoothed out. The original subframe is removed and tossed aside, and the frame is prepared to allow for the entire wiring loom to now call it home.Before he was finished, this build required one of his custom short and narrow subframes to be welded on, and then it was time for a crinkle effect and greenish-tinged powder coat to be laid down. You could hit this stuff with a hammer and it won’t chip. The wheels and final drive are next, both have been stripped down, with new bearings knocked into the wheels and the shaft system rebuilt. They are then both hit with powder of their own, even more green is mixed in for the wheels, while the drive housing gets a flat black.Those new look wheels get wrapped up in Heidenau K60 dual-sport rubber, the rear gets a set of titanium bolts, and the front wheel a custom axle to prepare it for the suspension to come. The front end is brought into the 21st century with a full replacement from a 2010 HONDA CBR 1000. Interestingly enough, while the calipers are the radial Tokicos that come with the CBR, the brake discs are factory BMW parts and help to create a stunning and yet functional mix of old and new. With Incerum a YSS dealer, one of the company’s fully adjustable rear shocks gets the call up, and inverted Ducati Monster bars take care of the steering.

n preparation for the mix of factory and custom bodywork he was envisioning, Incerum made a host of mounts that deserve attention and appreciation. Both the rear fender and number plate bracket are made from round bar, just not in the traditional way, they are bent up in such a manner that they take on an organic, almost plant like effect. For the front, a simplified version of the same bolts to the fork lower legs and the tank mount sits the steel dead flat. Attached to these are two absolutely flawless fenders that are rolled in-house.The stock tank remains, but not before it has been panel beaten to perfection, the stock filler cut out, and a new milled twist on cap unit welded into place. The finish, with Incerum badging and watermark.

Of course, the 800cc engine couldn’t remain stock and it was up on the bench for a complete rebuild. The Bing carbs get the same, with a re-jet, and then it was back with the powder in the purple, crinkle black, and flat black finishes to bring the whole theme together. A set of pod filters add an induction raw, before Incerum’s own FYG exhaust brand was called upon, with the stainless model X system using a cross-over pattern to improve torque, and perfect hand-built mufflers to finish.

LED lighting is used all around and with the loom in the frame, you barely see a literal wire out of place. So yes, the mighty BMW R is everywhere, but you’ll have to be some kind of builder to craft one as good as this.

Dettagli del veicolo

Dati veicolo

R 80
Grand Turismo / Grand Cruiser
Prima immatricolazione
Non fornito
Anno di fabbricazione
0 mls
Numero di telaio
Numero del motore
Numero del cambio
Matching numbers
Numero di proprietari precedenti
Non fornito
Café Racer

Dettagli tecnici

Tipo di motore
In linea | 4-Tempi | DOHC
Potenza (kW/CV)
Cilindrata (ccm)
Non fornito
Innesto (cambio)
Pedale sinistro
Freno anteriore
Freno posteriore
Peso a vuoto (kg)
Non fornito

Configurazione individuale

Colore carrozzeria

Condizione, registrazione e documentazione

Ha un rapporto
Pronta a partire
Senza incidenti


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