Munich-based motorcycle brand Diamond Atelier has just debuted the DA#6, a new cafe racer inspired by the 90s BMW R100R. The bike strikes a good balance between sleek style and rugged machinery. The old-school racer has undergone a modernized makeover, incorporating innovative details like an exposed rear wheel, a custom rear frame and a raised rear tank. A clean look is maintained by keeping visible wires and electronics hidden and subtly tucking away the lights and indicators in the number plate holder. Not only are the exteriors impressive but the interior operations of the racer are perhaps what really set it apart. To start the bike, there is no button but rather, it is triggered when the rider presses the brake lever in a specific sequence. There’s also a built-in alarm system that requires no input on the driver’s part. In essence, the DA#6 looks good and rides well. For a little hint of luxury, the cafe racer features a 0.17 carat diamond that sits on the CNC-machined triple clamp, a subtle touch typical of Diamond Atelier builds. Check out the stunning DA#6 in the gallery above.