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. After viewing these stunning photos be sure to check our list of 10 world’s fastest motorcycles.