All new 2022 BMW R 100 R CONVERSION Panache builds boxing roadsters let's talk about it all now

All new 2022 BMW R 100 R CONVERSION Panache builds boxing roadsters let's talk about it all now.



The late R models are much sought-after conversion bikes. Well-engineered and simple technology meets a large market for parts. Nothing goes below 5,000 euros and if so, then with well over 100,000 kilometers. That sums up the search results for used BMW R 100 R from the last few years. The two-valve engines have been expensive for a number of years. Well-engineered, simple technology, the nimbus of a classic boxer BMW and the construction that is grateful for custom bikes have been causing prices to rise for almost a decade. Conversions like that of Panache from France are not innocent of this development.

Panache Customs Ceiba

The Ceiba is the latest renovation from Panache. And before everyone is looking: with an accent aigu on the "e" you order a cyclist in France. Cheers. Back to the BMW: The Monolever from 1992 is the basis of the Ceisa. The 980 boxer has been overhauled without any increase in performance. The Bing carburettors breathe a little more air through open individual filters with specially made covers. The original air filter box has been replaced by a cast cover. The starter cover is original. You exhale through a conical end pot from Virex.


Fresh chassis

Like the engine, the chassis of the R has been given a major overhaul. The standard fork is being overhauled, as are the front Brembo calipers, which bite into the new brake discs on the standard spoke rims. The front brake is pressurized by a new HC-1 pump from Magura. At the rear of the monolever, a 640 mm shock absorber from Wilbers replaces the standard damper.


New stern

That strut is connected to a new welded rear frame. The in-house design by Panache contains a small lithium-ion battery and the on-board electronics from Motogadget. To be recognized by the small black box in the frame triangle.


New front

Panache places a small LED headlight, bottom-mounted with a 7-inch diameter, between the original triple trees. There is space for a Motogadget Motoscope. Its functions are controlled by new individual switches in milled fittings. Atto indicators from Kellermann round off the new electrics.

Custom forges that are as hot as mixed beer beverages certainly need a second look. But Panache Customs make a clear statement on the subject of two-valve boxer conversions. The main features are the new rear frame and the tidy electrics. Please explain where the specified 1,800 hours of conversion time come from. At least the customer who paid it.


All new 2022 BMW R 100 R CONVERSION Panache builds boxing roadsters let's talk about it all now.

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