BMW Motorrad presents 7 unique bikes, exclusive R 18 customization projects from BMW Motorrad dealers in Poland
Munich, November 3, 2022
As in Canada, Italy and Japan, interesting customization projects based on the BMW R 18 have now been created in Poland and BMW Motorrad Poland has revealed the results: 7 interesting and personal creations with the Big Boxer in the middle.
#BMW ZK Motors – BMW R 18 Black Jack
The R 18 Black Jack from BMW Motorrad sales partner ZK Motors in Kielce is black as night, from head to toe. Not only black paint is used, but also very black chrome, which gives the R 18 Black Jack a very special value. The list of galvanized components is long and includes headlight rings, speedometer bezels, engine mount covers, handlebar weights, cylinder heads, push rod tubes, intake manifold covers, intake grills, filter covers air vents, handlebar clamps, broadside grips. , fuel caps, fuel tank lowering elements and hinged rear view mirrors. Small 16-inch wheels and luxury tires make the R 18 Black Jack look tall, low and masculine. The all-black look is supported by a matt black exhaust system in side-pipe style and high-quality components. The cylinder head covers and engine housing cover are decorated with Roland Sands pattern millwork as well as the “Black Jack” logo on the #Engine it was expertly crafted from aluminum. Other black parts such as the armrest, front indicator lights and indicator lights and taillights mounted on the rear side brackets round off the neutral look. Finally, the padded single-seat bench, light-tinted glass and license plate holder attached to the left side are also stylish. As the icing on the cake, 2 Black Jack cards are immortalized on the rear fender.
The famous Isle of Man, where the Tourist Cup has been held since 1907, where Georg “Schorsch” Meier won the Senior TT for BMW in 1939, led the sales partner of BMW Motorrad Dobrzanski Team Customs in Kraków to create the BMW R 18 Isle sports. of Man. The design of the BMW R 18 Isle of Man is based on the heritage of Georg Meier’s BMW racing machine, the BMW RS 255 compressor. With its appearance – and decorated with the initial number “Schorsch” Meier 49 – it is bound to the tradition of #street racing and processing the history of the Isle of Man as a special place for motorcyclists and for the history of BMW #Motorcycle. The color “Isle of Man green metallic”, known for example from the BMW M4, determines the dynamic appearance and emphasizes the love of speed and belonging to the world of BMW’s amazing cars.
Nine Hills Motorcycles – BMW R 18 Freedom
Nine Hills Motorcycles in Chełmno is a famous Polish company with tradition, run by a true enthusiast – Paweł Stachura. His designs are recognized all over the world and the bikes have won the best stages in the world. His commissioned project based on the BMW R18 under the name Liberty includes completely redesigned, hand-crafted components such as the fuel tank, front fender and rear fender, seat, headlight cover with small LED light and handlebar. Special features are the round container integrated into the tank center tunnel, the neck of the tank filter, which is flush with the surface of the tank and can be opened by pressing it, as well as unique and handmade leather accessories such as the cushion seat and side pocket. . On the chassis side, in addition to the lowered and fully adjustable rear wheel suspension and slightly lowered fork, there are also three-section wheels from Rick’s Motorcycles measuring 8 x 18 inches in the rear and 3.5 x 21 inches in the front. and tires in the format 240/40-18 or 130/ 60-21 to use. Many CNC milled parts such as cylinder head covers or custom designed designs #Oil cooler as well as brake calipers and footpegs from Beringer complement the richly painted colors and #Air brush Decorated work R 18 Freedom for taste. The short black FCR ensures good sound #exhaust system.
BMW Inchape Wrocêaw – BMW R 18 #road drivers
BMW and the MINI sales partner Inchcape Wrocêaw in Breslau were inspired by the automobile construction of the 1920s and 1930s when creating the BMW R 18 Roadster. Clear and simple lines were at the forefront and, together with the Art Deco streak, ultimately resulted in a very clean and also unique look for the R 18 Roadster. The all-new hump seat with additional tank and filler neck “Monza Cap” gives the rear of the R 18 Roadster a very sporty look, which is completed at the front by a matching cockpit and custom handlebars. fashion-making #Design Features are longitudinal beads in the seat hump and trim. This design language is reflected in the decorative elements and openings on the sides of the tank and on the aerodynamically designed front fender, the front of which is adorned with the BMW kidney grille as a reminder of BMW car construction.
BMW Smorawiński – BMW R 18 Roar
The BMW Smorawiński sales partner in Poznań had the R 18 Concept research from 2019 when creating his R 18 Roar. In particular, Smorawiński’s team focused on a very light-looking rear end. Compactly designed details such as the short rear wheel fender and the swingarm saddle with 2 spiral springs ensure a particularly light appearance. Not only a good sound, but also the expected light appearance of the rear part also supports a very short “silencerless” exhaust system on the side pipe. #Style. With wire-spoked wheels and chrome-plated brake calipers, this results in refinement and cleanliness. #Motorcycle Feeling present R 18. Thunder!
BMW Inchcape Poznań – BMW R 18 Speedy Gonzales
BMW Inchcape’s sales partner in Swadzim chose the fastest mouse in Mexico as the name for his custom build BMW R 18. Voilà, BMW R 18 Speedy Gonzales. In fact, one can well imagine this customized BMW R 18 on the highway of the northern Mexican desert, meter-high cacti and in front of nothing but an endless ribbon of asphalt – similar to a cartoon mouse and his. #TV Experience adventures. In fact, the BMW R 18 Speedy Gonzales with its monkey hanger and comfortable individual seat seems to be made of endless ribbons of asphalt. Inspired by the car construction of the 1920s and 1930s, the front wheel arches and rear wheel arches are strong and curved and, together with the tank, side covers, lamp pan and instrument housing, provide a high level of presence with an unusual color finish. – executed in blue and black using airbrush technology and filigree lines. Professionally executed to perfection with an eye-catching long fishtail rear silencer and a feast for the eyes!
BMW Długołęka Team – BMW R 18 The Great Wave
Together with #unique Motorworks has established BMW Długołęka sales partner Team the BMW R 18 The Great Wave. Leitmotif: a modification of the BMW R 18 inspired by Japanese art painting and the Japanese style of bobber-style motorcycles. With its finish, the R 18 The Great Wave makes you think it’s decades old and found in a barn. This special technique of painting was entrusted to the best artist in Poland – Łukasz Elbalenko. Considering Japanese culture and art, the theme of The Great Wave off Kanagawa was chosen – one of the most popular #works of art from Japan by Hokusia, designed around 1831. Details such as the back pipe adhere to the Japanese style. #Duck’s tail #Guardian with a shortened rear frame and a single seat covered in natural brown leather. Handcrafted short silencers with brass colored end pieces and a hexagonal body ensure great sound. A unique brass coating can also be found on the crankshaft, brake calipers and cylinder head covers. Classic Shinko #Tires with a very high section and groove profile gives the R 18 The Great Wave a particularly masculine look. A flat handle with genuine leather grips and customized logos on the engine surround from the iconic R 18 The Great Wave.
Vehicles shown may be modified with third-party accessories and/or interior components not manufactured, distributed or tested by BMW. BMW assumes no liability for modifications (including the attachment, properties and use of the equipment shown). Caution: Serial vehicle modifications (including the installation and use of third-party components and components from the company) can damage the driving characteristics of the vehicle! “Driving our modified vehicles is at your own risk.”