The three-cylinder BMW K75 was developed alongside the K100, but was introduced a year after the K100 as a marketing strategy. The K75 engine had the same bore and stroke as the K100, yielding a displacement of 740 cc. Its crankshaft had 120° between the throws and was counterbalanced by balance weights added to the water pump accessory shaft, which ran at engine speed as is correct for a 120° straight-three engine. The balance shaft made the K75’s engine smoother than the K100’s engine.
This highly modified and upgraded café racer was a base k75 motorcycle before having a no expense spared restoration by marque specialists who have adapted the looks of the K75 making it a true modern café racer. Offered in a fantastic colour scheme the BMW is in fantastic running condition and has very few blemishes to the body. A great chance to own a reliable and user friendly café racer that is a fraction of the cost of building one.