It’s true that BMW’s 1992 K1100 motorcycle is not exactly the lightest or most maneuverable bike, which is why numerous bike tuners have tried to improve it over the years. One company that managed to make some real progress is Giorgio De Angelis, whose experts put together this amazing two-wheeler named LaDina.
Stylish and powerful, this bike flaunts a 50mm USD fork as well as two GS wheels enveloped in Continental tires, while an Ohlins monoshock was installed at the rear in order to improve the ride quality. The stock airbox was swapped for alloy velocity stacks, which also helped minimize some bulk. The tail section was put together using aluminum, and it flaunts a leather saddle with an M-Sport livery courtesy of CLRacing.