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Saturday, February 20, 2016

Valtoron La Bulla Motorbike Custom

BMW K1600GT seemed to be booming into the base material modification process carried out by the multinational builder. Impression of luxury as premium large-engined motorcycles similar Honda Goldwing, Triumph Trophy SE and Yamaha FJR1300A is the main attraction for this BMW's burly motorcycle.
Valtoron La Bulla Custom BMW K1600 GT. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1X084e)
Valtoron which is one modifier that has a big name, which in the end of tether their heart on the BMW K1600 GT then regenerates the latest masterpiece called 'Valtoron La Bulla'.

La Bulla made based on the design of classic cafe racer which born from the brain of a creator named Raphael Muyor. Early workmanship on its body carried by polishing the whole motorcycle's body with clay. Then Delgado brothers who own and operate Valtoron Motorcycles in Madrid, Spain were adept at playing the forms of motorcycle body, then cover it with aluminum in order to blend into a moncocoque chassis.
Left side view of Valtoron La Bulla Custom BMW K1600 GT. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1X084e)
Lineament of La Bulla or the Bull looks familiar because it took inspiration from Daymaker headlamp-owned Harley-Davidson. While the default alloy legs replaced with a brand new form of BST carbon wheels.
Valtoron La Bulla custom motorcycle made of the clay-sculptured. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1X084e)
Here are several detailed pictures of 'La Bulla' custom motorbike. (All pictures taken from: http://adf.ly/1X084e)


And for the machinery sector of La Bulla was still using the BMW K1600's 1,649 cc inline six-cylinder original engine which is claimed capable of spraying a total power of 158 hp and peak torque of 175 Nm. La Bulla hot breath channeled perfectly thanks to the installation of a six-port custom exhaust system of Hattech.
Based on the reports received from ReturnOfTheCafeRacers, the owner have been riding the custom bike crossing the plains of Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland and Germany to brought it going home to Germany. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | RETURN OF THE CAFE RACERS]
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