KEN’S FACTORY Kenji Nagai opted for drastic surgery on his K1600 GTL, creating a low-slung dragbike stripped to the essentials. The entire rear end of the frame is gone, and the front has been stretched and raked. There’s a custom-made billet girder fork up front, plus a one-off 23-inch aluminum alloy wheel hooked up to a custom 11.5-inch rotor. BMW K1600 GTL Custom ProjectFull Size Out back is a solid disc 20-inch wheel, suspended with a stretched swingarm and spectacularly illuminated by a LED brake light. It’s shod with 220-section Avon Cobra rubber. BMW K1600 GTL Custom ProjectFull Size The bodywork is the bare minimum: raw, curvaceous aluminum forms that throw the emphasis onto the massive frame spars and the equally hefty engine. Even the seat is aluminum—but this is not a bike for long distance touring.