Interesting interpretation...Beautiful bike but not competition oriented
Most BMW 6-day machines and off road airheads in general from both factory and privateer efforts use dirt style foot pegs. The rubber street style become treacherous slippery when wet and muddy. Turning the brake arm up on the final drive entails cutting the cam and welding it on backwards to work upside down. The solid brake rod causes the brakes to engage the drum on full extension hence the cable with an extra long sheathe. That is a L O N G /5 brake arm and yes, it is very vulnerable. Running off road, one must even protect the drain plug on the final drive as it can be knocked right out of the casting by rocks. I noted the G/S oil pan and bash plate. A good idea but there needs to be more protection on the sides too...BMW made a large bash plate for the PD bikes and its got good coverage and fits the same G/S pan. The drive shaft / swing arm is very short for off road duty. Little useable ground clearance but it is robust and with a 4 speed should serve quite well. The ride quality would be just awful. Notes say they increased the suspension...probably the shock length. The foot brake pedal looks vulnerable but I've run my dirt Beemer with one like if for 25 years and never lost it yet. The front fender is pretty but will create a mud pack that will stop the wheel and probably break off the first good spill. On serious ISDT bikes, the cylinders and heads had every other fin ground off to make it easy to clean mud out of the fins for cooling. There are no spill guards either...THOSE are very necessary. That beautiful /5 headlight would be just so much scrap metal and without a lens in front of the incandescent bulb, you may as well have a candle in your hand after dark (it needs a wire guard to keep rocks from breaking the glass). Those /5 and /6 style gas tank caps pop open and the tanks are not mounted strong enough for serious off road work.
So, it's got a real-(neat) looking ISDT exhaust system, knobby tires, a 21 inch front wheel and it looks like it will climb a tree if it could get traction. Way too heavy and far too clean though :-)