German motorcycle maker BMW Motorrad makes good motorcycles without doubt, but so do the Austrians. Here is one classic example of a classic BMW 1986 BMW K100 LT turned into a scrambler by Titan Motorcycles, a custom motorcycle building firm from Austria.
To start with, Titan Motorcycles chopped away all the bulk, giving the K100 LT a lean, mean retro scrambler look. The firm also named the motorcycle — BMW K100 Xaver.
The overall design of the motorcycle has been kept as minimal as possible. Titan Motorcycles has completely reworked the chassis, gas tank, and the seat to give the scrambler a mean look.
The custom sub frame is left exposed, while the rear set cover does resemble a cafe racer. The Austrian Firm has retained the original engine though.
Powering the motorcycle is the classic 987cc, in-line four-cylinder engine that makes 88bhp. The motorcycle is fitted with Continental TKC80 enduro-style tyres, that add to the scrambler profile of the motorcycle.
The most interesting element is the front headlight assembly, which uses twin LED lights, finished with a very interesting mask. The handlebar mounted blinkers (indicators) add to the minimalistic design feature of the BMW K100 Xaver.
Braking duties are taken care of by Brembo brakes, while a compact, all digital instrument cluster takes care of displaying all the information a rider needs. Above is the video showing the details of the BMW K100 Xaver.