This is the Aero – it took master craftsman Georgio Rimi, co-founder, along with Vaughn Ryan, of MotoRRetro in Sydney, Australia, four years to build using a series of hand tools and an English wheel to painstakingly shape flat aluminum alloy panels into a series of beautiful compound curves – creating a one-of-a-kind BMW R100 RS. MotoRRetro used the early days of aero and early BMW motorcycles as inspiration for this custom BMW R100 RS build.
A Buell Lightning donated its forks and wheel, with a custom CNC’d triple tree holding everything in place. A beautiful piece of handcrafted work, this BMW captures the spirit of early automotive and motorcycle history. But you can always check more vintage bikes and 35 Best Vintage Motorcycle Helmets.