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Impuls BMW K101

The Impuls BMW K101 is a true work of rolling art. Based on a BMW K100 from 1985, the spectacular K101 is handbuilt in Munich by Impuls, in collaboration with the artist Fabian Gatermann, who scanned the motorcycle in 3D, modified the structure, then created a series of polygons for the gas tank and seat which were then manually redrawn onto the bike. The end result is an impressive mix of 3D modeling that flows wickedly with a bike that has its roots in the past yet is perfectly suited for the future. The k101 project builds a new fusion between art and motorcycle. The bike is fully street legal and available for purchase, if interested head over to Weekend Heroes for more information. watch the cool video below



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