Herencia Custom Garage have once again surpassed all expectations with their builds. Project 32 is a BMW R100 scrambler built for Argentinian brand Von Berry.
Federico and German pay attention to everything in the motorcycle, from the electronics to the looks. They replaced the ignition with a new electronic unit. To contemplate the clean look, they hid the lithium-ion battery under the swingarm. A custom made stainless steel exhaust was crossed and sneakily passed by the rear shock to maintain a slim frame. The rear dampers are restored Ohlins from a 1975 Husqvarna CR390. They adapted an '80s Yamaha XT250 tank with a GPS speedometer. The seat is a replica of a Webco flat track unit.
All the details of the bike make it one of the most special BMW customs to roam the streets. We are used to the fleet of BMW customs in the scene, but not many earn the spotlight.