Sprint Beemer is a low profile, high style motorbike designed by Sonic Seb of Lucky Cat Garage area that was joined into Europe's biggest cafe racer event, the Glemseck 101, in Stuttgart, Germany. The sleek bicycle was designed with rate in mind for the event's 1/8th mile sprint races. Constructed out of a BMW 2 structure, the vehicle features a updated RS Fighter engine and comes prepared with a recycled motorbike gas container.
The customized bicycle features rate as well as distinct style. While the back rim is revealed, the front rim of the rushing bicycle is disguised in a safety spend that contributes an eye-catching impact. Unfortunately, despite its physical attract and speed-boosting modifications, the Sprint Beemer was only able to easy the first circular of competitions and had to fall out in the second circular due to carburetor problems. However, Lucky Cat Garage area was successful in capturing the crowd's attention and won the people's choice prize for its amazing, non-traditional, aerodynamic design.
Lucky Cat Sprint Beemer
Source : Lucky Cat Garage's blog