[tps_header]Any avid bike collector, after one look at this marvel of bike building, is probably drooling right about now and rightfully so. Deus Ex Machina isn’t typical by any stretch of the imagination. From one-off 1987 Honda’s to more vintage foundations, their bikes set the standard when it comes to customs. Head-Chef of the Deus workshop Jeremy Tagand is making sure to keep that reputation in tacked with the unveiling of the all new “The Whishbones”, based off a Kawasaki’s W650. A rich blend of ingredients worked together offer up a once street based rig that is more than capable of heading bush, from raised adjustable suspension to low maintenance black paint and powder coat.
Tagand gave this ride new life with the addition of Tomaselli motor cross bars giving it an old school feel, a Velona digital speedo/tachometer reducing the clocks to sleek pin-point vision, a Bates style headlight, carving away the bulk for a neat light, powerful enough to cook a chicken. It also comes with a Braided brake line, hand-rolled alloy front and rear fenders, leaving the heavy steel to rust in the past while a delicately recessed custom LED tail light complements the sleek line, and twin K&N filters. [/tps_header]
[tps_title]Deus Ex Machina The Wishbones[/tps_title]