The annual Scram Africa rally is a pretty big deal, as it involves a 1242-mile rally across the Moroccan desert over the course of eight days. Now, considering how long it takes to complete this challenging adventure, the bikes that take part in the competition need to be incredibly tough and reliable, and a fine example of such a bike is this BMW GS Hunter 1200 by Ton Up Garage.
The modification process for this GS1200 bike started off with a new fuel tank, which was sourced from an old R80. Since this tank is longer and wider when compared to the original one, Ton-Up decided to strip the ABS system from the bike, and its experts also worked on the upper frame before fitting an electric box that houses the battery. Other additions include a rear mudguard, a set of rear footpegs, and a side case. The front section is now big enough to accommodate PIAA headlights, while the fresh spoke wheels are enveloped in TKC 80 tires.