Giorgio De Angelis, the man behind De Angelis Elaborazioni of Rome, has been turning out a staggering collection of Bavarian specials. His BMW K1100 cafe racer was one of our most popular bikes of 2016, while his R80GS scrambler showed a different side to his aesthetic, taking cues from the Paris-Dakar adventure bikes.
Now Giorgio is back with another off-road-ready build. This time it’s a 1984 BMW K100 scrambler. The K100 was affectionately known as the “Flying Brick” — the four-cylinder ever produced by BMW Motorrad. The liquid-cooled inline four produced 90 horsepower, with fuel injection and shaft drive.
BMW K100 Tracker: In the Builder’s Words
This is my creation — BMW K100 yars 1984 in Scrambler Version — name: SpecialEdition.
It’s a bike created to go really on dirt. Has modified suspension, rear Ohlins and front forks and Ohlins modified with kit.