BMW’S OF CHRIS’ PAST i bought this new in 1989 and could not leave it stock. This was the first R100GS to have an Aceebis tank. I prototyped the mounts for Acerbis USA in exchange for them importing in the gas tank.Version 3.0 of the R100GS Sidecar with 2 mountain bikes. Picture taken East of Santa Barbara 1992The first sidecar I ever built. 1972 R75/5 with a Globe sidecar. Summer 1991My good friend Bill Plam and I with a couple of gals on our restored 72 R75/5's. 1988Southern Sierras with good friends. Riding the all new 1988 R100GS's 19881989 Old Ice House, Santa Cruz CA.1989 Old Ice House, Santa Cruz CA. Photo shoot with Cycle World magazine1989 Old Ice House, Santa Cruz CA. Photo shoot with Cycle World magazineBuilt in 1991 and restored in 2011. 180,000 miles laterAfter quickly realizing the limitations to my R75/5 Globe sidecar rig I new I needed to build something better, faster and stronger. This later became the greenR100GS PD Sidecar rig. 1992Working on my first sidecar rig. 1991 THINKING OUTSIDE OF THE BOX(ER)!