The good folks over at Bolt Motor Co. are known for creating unique and eye-catching classic motorcycles. They were recently approached by soccer star and Sevilla FC goalie Andrés Palop who wanted a customized BMW K series “brick” bike. He asked the custom shop in Valencia, Spain to take on the project, and they did, providing something unique and quite impressive. The result is a K75 like you’ve never seen, rocking an understated, clean design with a nod to the dark side.
The ride started as a 1991 BMW K75S, outfitted with new and customized components like the K100 tank, Ducati Monster front suspension, powerful red Brembo brakes, and numerous parts from Motogadget. The ride is also designed with a custom waterproof suede seat on top of the modified subframe, while the red on black mesh panels make an intense and eye-catching appeal. The design features a stealthy and sleek carbon fiber rear wheel cover, which adds more dark muscularity to this bike. The bike features a balance of sportiness and menace, creating a unique and eye-catching appeal that is undeniable.
Take a look at the bold new custom design in the images below and give us your thoughts in the comments below. Head over to Bolt Motor Co. to find out more and keep it locked for more custom motorcycles coming very soon.