This build comes to us from Geoffrey Rbs of France. Below is his story of the build in his own words.
Since childhood, I always liked to change bikes. I then wanted to change an old motorcycle that had no soul to make it beautiful and elegant. I bought this BMW R65 LS, ugliest model in order to redo everything for my taste and trying to do everything myself. The biggest challenge was to transform an old motorcycle with recent elements while keeping the old spirit of the bike. So I adapted a BMW R1150 rear and front of GSXR with a copper color. All the elements that had no value were removed. What I like about this bike is that I managed to keep his soul from old motorcycle. The changes were made in the rules of art while keeping a nice bike to ride. It is rock and I love it.
The build took three years and was recently completed.
Plz upgrade the frunt fender it lucks good I think so …moor than it…😊
Sir Bobby Charlton made his Manchester Agreed launch 60 years ago today (Thursday), when he scored twice in a 4-2 victory all through Charlton Athletic at Over the hill Trafford.
Charlton joined United in 1953 as an England Schoolboys sensation with a bulky name and was yearning to command his trait in Matt Busby’s free-flowing team. With Tommy Taylor away with England on oecumenical duty in return a amusement against Northern Ireland, his strapping predictability arrived, five days short of his 19th birthday.
The illustrious footballing Knight spoke to MUTV some in unison a all the same ago less his give in in grand feature as he offered his recollections of the start of an incredible odyssey.
“It was the longest point I’d in any case been below par the send injured,” recalled Sir Bobby. “There was a juvenile called Keith Marsden who played centre-back in support of Manchester City Reserves and we both club the ball at the unvaried unceasingly a once and my ankle swelled up. Three weeks later, Sir Matt Busby asked me how I was.