Propelled by BMW’s two-valve Monolever age, Diamond Atelier displays the new “Mark II Series.” To fulfill the worldwide interest for their custom bikes, Diamond Atelier made the Mark II Series to make their work more available to the diverse audience.
The Munich-based custom bike workshop works together with BMW Motorrad originator Julian Weber to combine an immortal shape, which tends to Café Racer fans, with Diamond Atelier’s mark forceful, low-threw outline.
The bike, available in your choice of an 800cc or 1000cc engine, is based on the BMW 2-Valve Monolever generation and can be ordered in three different stages with options ranging from a modified 41mm BMW fork to a Supersport upside-down fork, Wilbers rear shocks, and aftermarket brake discs.
Each product is given new bodywork and a large of different changes. This is the place where it gets fascinating; as opposed to assembling everything sans preparation for each form, Diamond experienced the way toward outlining and prototyping each part carefully.
Made utilizing just premium parts produced in Germany by driving organizations, the arrangement gives top-notch quality and style in one. The standard model accompanies an adjusted unique 41mm BMW fork85mm BMW brake discs, powder coated original wheels and street tires.
On the second level, additional items incorporate handcrafted talked haggles smooth tires, while on the third stage the bicycle accompanies a Supersport topsy-turvy fork, 320mm post-retail brake plates, and custom manufactured Wilbers rear shocks to suit the rider’s height.
The Quintessential High Class
The future owner can pick the shade of the bike and even go for the lift it up from the workshop in Munich. Each Mark II takes two months to assemble and there will be just 10 made to ensure the exclusivity of the bike.
In ultimate style, the Mark II by Diamond-Atelier gloats a wealth of speed and influence – a trademark of the brand’s forceful, low-threw bicycles. Costs for the stage one are around $24,000 and reach $30,000 for the level three.