BMW r75/5 week twoMatt Candler posted in Custom Electric Bikes1 year ago13.4KComments (10)RepostBumps(35)Comments (10)RepostBumps(35)From bare chassis to a fully modeled system and a spinning wheel. Follow us @nightshiftbikes on Instagram for daily updates. The very beginning of mounting components - we played with tons of layout variations. Lucky over good - the size of the charging port perfectly imitates the old gas cap.This head tube badge was hidden underneath the old bulky triple tree. A nice sideview of the bike, at this stage the wheel just barely fits in the swing arm with little to no clearance.The connections begin to form and we quickly find ourselves in a tangled mess of wire. The rear view of the bike, acrylic is looking good!Both wheels are on the bike, and a primitive seat has been drafted in card board. Nadav takes a spin.Liam is also enjoying himself on a quick ride.Nadav takes the flap and cutting disks to the swingarm.Rear wheel is finally mounted after grinding the swing arm out for hours to get the proper clearance and spacing.Liam gets down and dirty handcrafting a wooden seat mock up. An above shot of the beautiful wooden seat along with the full wiring setup housed in acrylic.Matt admires all the fine craftsmanship moments after getting the wheel to spin for the very first time.