BMW R100 MadMax

MadMax is a 1986 custom BMW R80 motorcycle. When we bought this bike it was in pieces and the first thing we did was an engine rebuild. The cylinders and pistons are from R100, so it has around 10 hp more than regular R80, around 60hp. The engine is like new and will run for next 100k km. At the top part of engine we made a custom made carbon fiber engine cover.

Carburators has a new DNA high performance luftfilter so the engine will breath better. Mad Max has 2 disc calipers in front with new brake hoses, front forks are 4 cm lover than stock forks for more aggressive stand. At the back we replaced old with a new YSS shock absorber. The fuel tank is from R100R, we took it from a motorcycle that was in fire, so it was all burned, we cleaned it and it was custom painted in used look by JGD airbrush. We also painted the frame and wheels. New screw-on rear base is CNC machined and profi gemacht.

Under new custom made seat, there is 15Ah LiPo battery. On a new handlebar there are Biltwell Kung Fu grips and new ALU mirrors. At the back we placed new custom made longer fender, new LED rear light and two bullet styled turn signals. Wheels are powder coated and Heidenau K60 tires were fitted. MadMax must have a good sound from 1000 ccm engine so we instaled two aftermarket slip on exhaust.

Our latest custom motorcycle – BMW R65

Madame and Monsieur, we present you the newest custom motorcycle from 7seven customs house.

The base was a BMW R65 with 14.000 kilometers on the clock, parts that we disassemble were almost like new, all other parts, that were showing 30+ year old bike, have been restored, painted or newly made, made and designed in house.

It must be said that this is a motorcycle brought to the conversion by the customer and rebuilt according to their wishes. The implementation itself was in our hands. We are very pleased with the look, also the customer is. This is the beauty of our job. At the end we are all happy!

Bike built by 7seven customs

Bike builder: Marko Pohlin (picture above)

Photographer: Primož Lukežič