Café Racer Dreams has taken a 1984 model BMW R100 Boxer and turned it into a hot piece of machinery. CRD’s designers Efraon Triana and Pedro García were given a simple sketch on a napkin, which they transformed into this custom-built Boxer. The bike’s shape was formed from a 1972 Puch Minicross, and the original subframe was replaced by a solo riding seat. A 1994 BMW F650 provided the brake disc, front hub and forks. The hub is also laced to a 19-inch rim, which matched the 18-inch wheel at the rear. The R100 Boxer was fitted with a pair of K&N filters, which complete the contour of the engine block. CRD finished off the build with a paint job that mimics BMW’s iconic motorsport colors: white with blue and red stripes. The bike also features a selection of parts from the CRD online store.
Take a look at the images below. (via Highsnobiety)