In the densely populated, ever-evolving world of custom creations, Deus Ex Machina reign above all as they continue to create some of the finest custom bikes of all time.
Dubbed ‘The Onyx’, the latest Deus concept stands proudly alongside the garage’s Yamaha TW 225 and the Electronic Motorcycle, as it represents the eternal beauty of all-black design. Headed up by Deus bike builder Jeremy Tagand, the model is defined by the inventive cockpit which sees the unification of Japanese and German hardware. The merging of two great minds is paired with matching black MX bars from a Yamaha TW, black Pazzo levers, a black ceramic coated custom exhaust from Britain and a Motogadget M-Unit.
As with all good design, the details are rewarding of a closer look. The Onyx’s remodelled blinkers and taillight support the custom Californian-based trimmer that has been expertly upholstered with waterproof Kushitani leather. What is more, the bike has been refined with a bespoke alloy fender to contain the bike’s powerful Dynojet power commander.
Of course, the finest and final touch is the built-in surf rack made of custom brackets on the side. Decorated in the customary all-black aesthetic, the surf-board accompaniment ensures that the Onyx is the perfect coast-to-coast motorcycle.
The Onyx is now available to purchase online via the Deus Ex Machina website.
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