Looking for a bone stock /5? Then keep looking, as there is nothing remotely close to stock on this wild ride. This is a 1971 BMW R75/5 that shows what a true cafe racer is all about. This bike was built, not bought, and a ton of time and effort went into making this bike as quick as possible. Chassis wise the bike has been converted to a mono shock single sided swing arm, the engine has been lifted in the frame to increase cornering clearance, the rear sub frame was custom built, a steering damper added, and the steering head reinforced. The gas tank came from a Ducati 750SS, the seat was a former BMW tank, and the front fairing is the unmistakable John Player Special. The bike now features a triple disc set with steel braided lines, custom triple trees, and some pretty sweet PVM mag wheels. All of that chassis work is a good thing because the engine is far from stock. Higher compression pistons, upgraded cams, straight port heads, polished valves, sump extension will cooling ports, Bing 55 magnesium carbs, twin plugged heads with a staggered firing order, and great sounding Super Trapp exhaust system. This bike is truly awesome and needs to seen in person to be fully appreciated. If you want something that stands apart from the crowd, here’s your ticket. Come down and check it out today.