Diamond Atelier's Mark II is the café racer BMW should be building

Definitely one of our favorite customs of 2016.
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Diamond Atelier truly outdid themselves on their latest design, the Mark II. Limited to 10 examples, the bike was built in collaboration with BMW Motorrad designer Julian Weber and mixes a classic café racer silhouette with the imposing presence of Diamond Atelier's design aesthetic.

The bikes are based on BMW's 2-valve monolever models that come in 800cc or 1000cc outputs and are available in three stages. The Stage 1 model will feature a modified original 41mm BMW fork, refurbished original rear shocks, original powder coated wheels, street tires, and 285mm brake discs. 

The Stage 2 option will add custom wheels and semi-slick tires while the Stage 3 option offers a supersport upside-down fork, CNC-machined triple clamps, Wilbers custom rear shocks, and 320mm aftermarket brakes.

From €20,990 ($24,069), diamond-atelier.com

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