Texas based Revival Cycles introduced this work of art, inspired by the legendary 1928 BMW R37 racer with which Ernst Henne broke several land speed records. This particular bike features a lengthened wheelbase, a flat-cut steel frame, custom stainless hardware, magneto ignition system and leather finishes. Unfortunately this bike isn’t street legal, the Revival BMW Landspeeder will make only one public appearance this year, at the Handbuilt Motorcycle Show in Austin, Texas. What do you think of this modern interpretation?
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