SELECTION OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BMW K75 CAFE RACER

March 07, 2024

K75 cafe racer

Presentation of the BMW K75


Born in 1985, the BMW K75 quickly established itself as a reference in the world of touring motorcycles. Its 740 cc inline 3-cylinder engine, both torquey and flexible, delivers 75 horsepower and a unique sound. Paired with a shaft drive, it ensures minimal maintenance and great reliability.

Robust and stable, the K75 features a tubular steel frame and efficient suspension, allowing it to tackle all types of roads with ease.

Its comfortable riding position and lightweight (220 kg) make it an accessible and enjoyable bike to ride, whether for long rides or daily commutes.


A true commercial success, the K75 sold over 50,000 units during its production, which ended in 1996. Today, it is still appreciated by riders for its robustness, reliability, and unique character.



Our selection of K75 cafe racers


The K75 is not the easiest bike to work with due to its architecture. But the most daring customizers create gems in terms of style.


MOTOCREW - BMW K75S CAFE RACER - 1985

blw cafe racer

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The shape of the bike and especially the tank allows for a modern cafe racer.

We like the installed subframe that traces the line and wraps around the seat.

K75 TooHard Motor Co

K75 cafe racer

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Builders José and Bea from TooHard Motor Co. transformed a K75 into a bold cafe racer.

By replacing the tank with an R80GS unit and installing GSX-R forks at the front, they redesigned the suspension for better road holding.

At the rear, the swinging arm, shaft drive, and linkages from a K1100 were integrated, along with a new Öhlins shock absorber.

The retro aesthetic is accentuated by R1150GS wheels and adapted mudguards.

The braking system combines GSX-R and R1150GS parts. The K75 engine was enhanced with a new intake and custom exhaust.

The cooling system was renewed. The bike was rebuilt with modern details such as Mo.switches switches and keyless start.

In summary, this transformation surpasses the original model by improving all aspects.

Hell’s Kitchen Garage K75 Cafe Racer

K75 cafe racer

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This BMW K75 cafe racer project, nicknamed "La K", represents the pinnacle of collaboration between Antonio from 72 Cycles Performance and Jorge from Hell's Kitchen Garage, under the label 72 HKG Performance.

Based in Burgos, Spain, the duo created a stripped-down and aggressive bike, marked by a vintage superbike touch and meticulous attention to detail.

To transform the relaxed stance of the K75 into a sharp-handling machine, all the excess was removed, including the bodywork and rear frame.

High-performance components such as Öhlins forks and Brembo Serie Oro brakes were integrated, while the fuel tank was reworked with carbon fiber panels to refine the bike's line.



Prepare your BMW K75 cafe racer with REMMOTORCYCLE

 

In addition to universal parts that can be installed on BMW K series bikes such as turn signals, lights, master cylinders, switches, etc...

Remmotorcycle offers plug-and-play parts for BMW K75 series:

  • Aluminum rearset
  • Side license plate holder
  • Monza fuel cap
  • Aluminum fork yoke for Motogadget Mini
  • Side license plate holder
  • Single-sided swingarm kit with shock absorber
  • 4-in-1 exhaust manifold
  • Carbon fiber monocoque seat
  • Tulip kit
  • Carbon fiber mudguard
  • Carbon fiber side cover

 

You can find these products here, in the BMW K75 cafe racer collection.


Our workshop REMLAB can also custom-make a spoked front fork and wheelset as well as the rear spoked wheelset.


Now it's your turn to play! Which model inspires you the most?

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