Vagabund Moto’s Menacing, Post-Apocalyptic Beauty: The 1994 V12 BMW R100RT

Straight out of Austria, Vagabund Moto’s custom built motorcycles by Paul Brauchart and Philip Rabl have a reputation for detail-oriented perfection, performance and style. Further unleashing their creative potential, the duo’s latest creation, the 1994 V12 BMW R100RT confirms all that we know and love about the brand.

Its build centers around a new and improved custom tank creating a considerable amount of heft, giving the bike a bulkier appearance, and an additional modified black ceramic exhaust system coated with HATTECH Y-pipe and a silencer.

Looking like a stealthy and futuristic high performance bike from a post-apocalyptic cyberpunk movie, the V12 BMW R100RT features Continental RoadAttack tyres and a custom leather seat with integrated lights attached to a 3D printed rear end.

Other 3D printed elements include the headlight housing which along with the V12’s handlebar controls and fork covers, feature LED turn signals.

With the rear wheel adorned in a blacked out glass fiber reinforced plastic cover and a shortened LSL street bar modified unto its frame, the V12 BMW R100RT’s front fork which has been reduced by 60mm – presents a forward-leaning and ferocious ready-to-charge attitude.

Coupled with an overall menacing persona, the V12 BMW R100RT’s design is not only immensely striking, it’s 100% street legal and ready for use.