BMW R100 R Mystic in Copper

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People have been discovering uses for copper since the prehistoric ages. the material has been used to make tools, conduct electricity, and more recently, create facades for apartment towers in new york, and minimalist products for interiors. one man decided to clad his BMW R100 R Mystic cafe racer with the decorative finish and the final product is certainly a shiny example of a motorcycle. Vincent Degano stripped the bike, cleaned up the most important components, and then made some modifications. The most notable of those modifications being the faux copper finish that won’t oxidize like normal copper. That means this lean, mean machine will look just as beautiful in 10 years. The forks and shocks received a custom copper powder coating that makes them appear a bit different than the rest of the copper on the build. The result is an eye-catching bike that looks completely unique.