Every year, the AMA raffles off “off one or more historically significant motorcycles to raise money for the charity.” At the 2016 Mama Tried show in Milwaukee, they auctioned off this R75/5 which had been heavily customized by Tony Prust of Analog Motorcycles. Analog calls it the “AMA BMW R75GS.”
The current owner purchased it in 2019 from the AMA raffle winner. He says it’s in excellent condition with 1,100 miles on it. Click here for a build list from Analog, but highlights include Fox shocks, Race Tech gold valves and springs in the forks, Analog’s own subframe, billet top triple, bar clamps, and billet pegs for rider and passenger, Dyna III ignition, Analog’s cone mufflers, custom aluminum number plate/fenders/seat pan/battery train, custom paint, Motogadget electronics with speedo, and much more.
Find this custom R75 for sale in northern New Jersey for $13,000 here on ADVRider.
And if you’re looking for something more stock, maybe this year’s raffle bike (a 1975 BMW R90/6) is more up your alley?