BMW K 1600 GTL

These brand new BMW motorbikes will make anybody drool. These two completely different bikes have the same base – the BMW K 1600 GTL, 1.649 cc, six cylinders motorbike.

Keiji Kawakita and Kenji Nagai decided to make this motorbike personalization part of the BMW Motorrad Japan’s Ignite Six project.

BMW K 1600 GTL

These are two different motorbikes, the only common things between them being the original frame and some further details from the BMW motorbike.

BMW K 1600 GTL

The first motorbike is called Ken’s Factory Special and is the creation of Kenji Nagai. The vehicle is based on aluminum forks, placed in front, handcrafted. The original full fairing from K 1600 GTL has been replaced with a minuscule front cowl, also from aluminum.

BMW K 1600 GTL

The same happened to the seat, which has been removed and an aluminum low placed one has been installed. Ken’s Factory Special runs on a 23 inch front wheel and a 20 inch back one.

BMW K 1600 GTL

The second motorbike is called Juggernaut and is the creation of Keiji Kawakita. It is a weird wild looking vehicle, with a motorbike frame with aluminum tubes, which extends the K 1600 GTL chassis. The military theme is present in all of its details.

BMW K 1600 GTL

BMW K 1600 GTL

BMW K 1600 GTL

BMW K 1600 GTL

BMW K 1600 GTL

BMW K 1600 GTL

BMW K 1600 GTL

BMW K 1600 GTL

BMW K 1600 GTL

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