Tim Harney is a product designer, traditionally trained in industrial design. He’s taken a love for building motorcycles and gotten better over time through time tested trial and error. And over that period of time he’s created some beautiful works of art, including his latest the 1976 BMW 75/6 X Tim Harney ($NFS). The bike features a Mikuni VM32 carburators, an electronic ignition, custom stainless steel exhaust, shortened Suzuki DR650 forks, all capped off with a Harley-Davison Sportster headlight. The cowhide seat with the black subframe and bluish gray pain job finish off the entire presentation nicely. So if you’re in the market for a classically style custom bike, hit Tim up, I’m sure you’ll be thrilled with the results.
We just did an article on Ton-Up’s BMW R75/5 build, but we think they’ve upped the game once again with their latest build, the BMW R45 “Pure” by Ton-Up Garage ($TBA). Basically this bike is a do-over. It evolved from a previous custom attempt that they felt missed the mark. They were shooting for simplicity […]