Disassembled and modified, the BMW R100 RS sport-tourer has become a powerful 1982 BMW R100 RS Scrambler with a classic Boxer-twin heart.
The BMW R100 RS is a product of the Dutch company Corner.Custom based on the original 1982 BMW R100 RS, bringing the design of the 80s into a modern one with minimalism as the focus.
The BMW R100 RS Scrambler has a 980cc 2-cylinder Boxer engine producing 70 hp and 56 ft-lb, which was impressive at an easy 100 km/h on the highway in the 80s. To complete the almost completely revised Corner.Custom version of the engine, the carburetor was also rebuilt, the 5-speed gearbox with cylinder heads, seals, pipes, basically everything.
The great thing about a custom build on an old motorcycle is that you can replace the electronics and wiring with a modern setup to get it working properly. So the new ignition wire, the surrounding cables, the new lithium-ion battery, and the lights have been taken from the best on the market.
The speedometer, tachometer, voltmeter and meter are separate, all in a single instrument cluster and classic projector headlights. The indicator lights mounted on the head cover have been changed with a compact LED indicator system. The more special feature is that this custom version does not use the front and rear fenders to create a more wild beauty.
Corner Customs has created a new life for an old motorcycle segment that is somewhat unknown. Hopefully, they will find a 1980 Ducati Pantah for their upcoming project.
Video of the BMW R100 RS Scrambler build process ==> Corner.Custom
Tags: Custom BMW R100 RS