The best way to ride a piece of art.
The best way to ride a piece of art.

BMW Landspeeder Custom Motorcycle

Part art, part bike

The best way to ride a piece of art.
Kip Malone

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This one-off custom BMW bike is a perfect mash-up of old and new. 

Built by Austin, Texas-based Revival Cycles, the Landspeeder is modeled after the 1928 BMW R37 racer, with an updated 1000cc engine and a totally modern fork designed to be stable at speeds up to 150 miles per hour.

The bike will make its one and only public appearance this month at the Hand Built Motorcycle Show in Austin, Texas. After that, it will slip into the private collection of its benefactor. Not to worry, however. Revival will be happy to build you a similarly custom ride—for a high price.


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