When it comes to going fast, the biggest enemy to speed is the air around us. In the 1920s, the airplane was in its infancy and terrestrial vehicles makers began to take notice of aerodynamic principles, leading to cars and motorcycles with swooping shapes meant to knife through the air. MotoRRetro used the early days of aero and early BMW motorcycles as inspiration for this custom BMW R100 RS build. Georgio Rimi and Vaughn Ryan used classic coachbuilding methods to create the alloy bodywork, employing English wheels, hammers, and bucks to hand form each piece. A Buell Lightning donated its forks and wheel, with a custom CNC'd triple tree holding everything in place. A beautiful piece of handcrafted work, this BMW captures the spirit of early automotive and motorcycle history.