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A mix of cafe racer and off-road scrambler sure has been a popular mix these days and it doesn’t appear to be slowing down any time soon.  While checking the always good site, Megadeluxe, we saw images of this stunning 1977 BMW R60/7 by ER Motorcycles and had to share.  Pure simplicity and class are served up with a taste of rebellion and attitude. 

ER Motorcycles is a Slovenian company that redesigns and rebuilds motorcycles. It was founded in 2009 by Blaž Šuštaršič.  We were able to find some info via their Facebook page have have a website ‘coming soon’.  Outside of that, there was very little on the company outside of the info Megadeluxe share on their post here.


• Year/Make/Model: 1977 BMW R60/7
• Build time: 2 months
• Engine: BMW R60/7 (599cc)
• Carburetor: stock Bing
• Exhaust: custom-made exhaust pipes & HP CORSE exhaust
• Air Cleaner: stock air cleaner
• Transmission: stock, 5 gear
• Frame: stock frame with modified rear end
• Forks: forks are from a model BMW R100 RT
• Shocks: progressive suspension
• Front wheel: 19” wheel (BMW R100 RT)
• Rear wheel: 18” wheel (BMW R100 RT)
• Front Tire: Continental TKC80 100/90×19”
• Rear Tire: Continental TKC80 4.50×18”
• Front Brake: dual disc brake from BMW R100 RT
• Rear Brake:  drum brake
• Fuel Tank: from BMW R50/5
• Handlebars: Renthal medium
• Headlight: Mini headlight
• Taillight: aluminium tail light
• Hand Controls: from BMW R100 RT
• Handgrips: Ariete
• Foot Controls: stock
• Footpegs: stock
• Electrical: custom electrical wiring
• Painter: Janez Žebalc
• Graphics: Janez Žebalc, Blaž Šuštaršič (ER team)
• Polishing: Janez Žebalc
• Seat Pan Aluminum: from aluminum
• Upholstery: custom made by ER, from leather
• Other: Motogadget tiny speedo

Special thanks: 
• Chief mechanic, Danilo Henigman
• Mechanic, Primož Vindišar
• Turner, Janko Rudolf
• Electrician, Konrad Miše
• Painter, Janez Žebalc
• Photographer, Jernej Konjajev
Patrick Flynn

Patrick Flynn

Patrick Flynn, a lifelong motorcycle enthusiast, combines over a decade of OEM motorcycle marketing experience with his passion for custom builds. Since 2008, he has been the driving force behind The Bullitt, a digital platform celebrating the art and culture of motorcycles.