Austria-based Vagabund Motor unveils their latest project, the V12, which is based on a 1994 BMW R100RT. This blacked out motorcycle was stripped and then given a proper stance, starting with shortened front forks and an LSL street-style handlebar, while a custom rear subframe was custom-fabricated to hold a new seat as well as a 3D-printed cowl. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
The tuning shop makes extensive use of 3D-printing technology, complete with fork covers that sport integrated LED turn signals, hand controls, and an indicator light housing. The team made the solid rear wheel cover from hand-laid glass fiber reinforced plastic, and then added a new exhaust, along with a custom license plate holder as well as a milled aluminum Vagabund emblem on the tank, to finish off the stealthy look.