“Black Stallion” BMW R100 RT By NTC

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When custom motorcycle builders have free reign, sometimes magic happens. The best example? This “Black Stallion” BMW R100 RT, completed in-house by the Austria-based National Custom Tech workshop. A stunner that impresses with its fierce personality, this custom build will certainly set pulses racing.

Make no mistake, this black beauty went through a laborious process to look the way it does now. The team stripped the motorcycle completely before putting it back together with new or custom-made pieces. The rejuvenated engine has new parts and a coat of paint, while the exhaust system features a custom expansion chamber and a new muffler. Other changes include a complete rewiring, a Motogadget m-Unit and a Lithium-ion battery placed under the engine, a new suspension, a keyless ignition, dual-sport Heidenaus brakes, a leather seat, as well as an LED headlight. To finish off the build, the team painted the bike black and added golden accents on the frame and wheels. Photography by Peter Pegam.

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