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BMW Motorrad R 18 Dragster by Roland Sands

Renowned bike builder Roland Sands back with another collaboration for BMW with a one-off R 18 that's ready for the drag strip. The R 18 Dragster features a fully modified frame that ditches the rear suspension for drag racing, modified front and rear fenders to keep the R 18 silhouette intact, a headlight from the original R 18 with a milled aluminum bezel, a hand-fabricated stainless steel twin megaphone system with milled aluminum tips that replaces the standard exhaust, a hydraulic front brake and clutch master cylinder from RSD, an original R 18 tank, a two tone metallic blue and white paint finish, R nineT forks, S 1000 RR front brakes, and a custom RSD Saddlemen seat.

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