An outlaw is someone who has broken the law or gone against the norms. The idea of this bike was to go against all norms of a standard café racer, brat style or a bobber.
Based on a BMW R80RT, 1987, this touring motorcycle had its DNA altered to stand apart. Project Outlaw is a combination of bobber and brat style of custom motorcycle. The Springer front end, fishtail exhaust and wide white wall tires define a typical bobber character whereas the flat seat, upright sitting position and tracker bar define the brat aspect.
The Springer front end is from 1937-1946 era of Harley Davidson. It runs on 16” rims and Coker Becks white wall tires. The inverted Tracker handle bar and hand control levers resemble a charging bull. The bike breathes on Webber Carbs and custom made intake manifold. The use of Motogadget components have given the elegant minimalistic look: a keyless entry, mini handlebar switches, pin turn signals and motoscope speedo compliment the overall minimal look.