Michael from Hammer Kraftrad came to the bike through a guy named Christian. He got to meet him through his cousin. She and him had been friends for many years. She is a tattooer and he is the owner of a BMW motorcycle store. She told him they should definitly come together somehow and that's just what they did. Christian visited Michael at his workshop and as they were talking he came up with an idea. He had this K75 S from 1992 in his garage that was just standing there but was far to good to not be used at all. It only had a few kilometers off and over all it was in a good condition. Just a few days later he would bring it to Michael's workshop.
Michael had some ideas already because he has been thinking about customizing a bike out of the BMW K-series before. They aren't known for being the best looking or coolest bikes but he always thought there was something to them. Plus the nickname that he did like for some reason: Flying brick. That's how he used to call the bike during the process of the building.
Michael took off all the fairing he didn't like and made himself new parts out of aluminum like the fenders or the back. Because he didn't want to leave it all naked he added another fairing in the style of Ducati/Imola and that's also how it came to the upper half silver, lower half black painting. Now it appears in a more slim way. The engine is still a main point on the bike but in my opinion it looks lighter and also faster.
Now the bike is standing in Christians store for people to look at it. It is also for sale, so if anyone is interested they can contact him.