In our opinion, one of our more iconic brat style projects is CRD27, a BMW R100/7.
The brat style was born in Japan, and it’s a mix of Britain’s cafe racer and America’s bobber style, it offers a classic look, together with a comfortable driving due to a high handlebar, spoke wheels and big tyres.
One of the basic characteristics that your bike has to have in order to have a brat style look is a straight visual line between the tank-seat axis and the ground. Therefore you will need to raise the rear supension of your bike, this will make it more comfortable to ride in both urban and mountain roads.
The seat of a proper brat style bike must be a thin two-seater, on this occasion we chose dark brown leather for it which gives a really classic look combined with the blue and metallic gray gas tank.
We decided to make a custom yellow headlight for it because it enhances the overall mellow look of the bike.
CRD27 was presented in the prestigious British magazine Bike Exif.