Prepare yourself for one of the coolest airhead customs I’ve seen in a long time. The seller started the work 4 years ago, saying “the bike was an R100 GSPD. I rode it for a little on local logging/dirt roads and thought it needed some changes made. As those things go, one thing led to another.” Now that’s an understatement!
Highlights of the work include 3 aluminum fuel tanks that have a total capacity of 8 gallons, the swingarm from a R1100, 46mm KYB forks, 320mm front brake disc, new Yacugar rear shock, two Rigid head lights, the custom aluminum front fairing, and a whole lot more. If you’re interested in this bike at all, the seller has a build thread on ADVRider that’s worth checking out. On the last page of the build thread, you’ll see that the seller rides this bike like as it should be, and how that can lead to problems. He was able to get the bike out of this predicament by himself without ‘a scratch on the bike or himself.’
You can find this custom airhead for sale in Vancouver Island, British Columbia for $6,500 here on ADVRider.
This bike-uriousity brought to you by Kendall – who almost didn’t share it so that he could buy it himself! I don’t blame him.