Marco Matteucci Daboia

Matteucci Garage Revamps A BMW K75 Cafe Racer

The Marco Matteucci Daboia takes the frame of a vintage BMW K75 and transforms it into a streamlined modernized cafe racer.

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One look at the handcrafted aluminum tailpipe of its custom subframe shows how much the Marco Matteucci Daboia is set to impress. Gone is the boxy, ugly rear end of the 1980s design of a typical BMW K-Series. Now, a clearly reptilian style stares back from the tapered rear LED lights that mimic snake eyes.

The custom design carries a vicious look through the turn signals. On the front end, the 320-millimeter Brembo disc brakes and master cylinder pair beautifully with the Ohlin shocks and forks. This BMW K75 cafe racer has a lot of little changes that may not be as visible, but are vital nevertheless. Additional wiring brings LED lights to the front of the bike, and the antique process helps blend the new with the old. An antelope leather seat is striking with two-seam colors to enhance the brilliant blue and red colors. On top of all of that, a new home for the ignition and contoured grips round out this magnificent custom remake.