In celebration of more than 30 years of the bmw K100 cafe racer, the guys at the Brazilian shop Retrorides have unveiled their latest project, centered around the fabled Flying Brick. Considering the difficulty of finding aftermarket parts in Brazil, almost everything was done in-house, ranging from the CAD to the actual manufacturing of parts. Modern updates include a USD fork with 18″ laced wheels, as well as a suspension upgrade with custom made brake rotors. The custom swingarm and mono shock suspension setup work together with the subframe, featuring a black leather seat and cowl. The original wiring loom was discarded and replaced with the complete Motogadget inventory, including a new m-unit, buttons, blaze indicators and speedometer integrated into the triple tree. Finally, a different stance was achieved by relocating the rear sets to a more comfortable riding position.