The BMW G 310R is a highly-awaited motorcycle in the Indian market. While BMW has already confirmed the launch of the bike in the Indian market, the entry-level BMW bike is already available in many foreign markets around the world. BMW G 310R is already being produced at the TVS plant in India and is exported to the foreign markets. The bike has gained quite a popularity in the international markets. Customising houses and modders have already started altering the way it looks. Here is Project Rogue, which transforms the street naked bike into a beautiful looking cafe racer.
The bike has been customised by DKdesign of Taiwan, who has completely transformed the bike into a beautiful-looking, retro cafe racer. This is not the first time that DKdesign has modified a BMW G 310R. Last year, they built a scrambler based on the G 310R that gained appreciation all over the world. The design house later revealed the Project 310 Rock, which was again based on the G 310R.
The modified BMW G 310R is inspired by the R25 classic bike from the 1950s. Back in the day, the R25 was the only single-cylinder bike from the German brand, and after nearly 60 years, the brand has come up with the G 310R – another small capacity, entry-level single cylinder engined motorcycle. With the custom motorcycle, the designer has merged the modern bits of the G 310 R with the classy and vintage look of the R25.
It gets a customised DK design handlebar with a new LED headlamp. It also gets new tyres, a new exhaust system from Spark and new body panels. The floating single-seat of the bike creates a captivating effect and makes the bike look extremely classy. A lot of stock parts like the suspension, brakes, wheels and chainset have been retained by the design house and yet it does not resemble the stock bike at all.
The bike is powered by the same 313cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that powers the TVS Apache RR310 in India. Outputs are rated at 34 Bhp and 28 Nm in the BMW bike. BMW will also launch the ADV bike, the G310 GS in the Indian market alongside the naked G310 R.