We love Deus Ex Machina and the bikes they make. Their latest creation continues the legacy of one of the best motorcycle customizers in the world. The Heinrich Maneuvre By Deus Ex Machina ($CALL) started off as a BMW R nineT, one of the most customized bikes on the road. Deus took a common platform and made it all their own. The bike was stripped by Jeremy Tagand, who then prepped the front end for a monster tank. Motoretro then went to work fabricating the fuel tank and bodywork based on drawings. The custom frame is a combination of square and round tubing. To make the stance perfect foot-pegs and controls were slightly rear-set. One of the killer details is the hand crafted alloy and suede cafe racer inspired seat. If you want to know more about this bike or want one for your garage, check the Deus website at the link below.
The brand new 2015 Can-Am Spyder F3 ($20K) isn’t for everyone, but the new model is a stunner, with a more aggressive look, and two cool trim levels. It features the Rotax 1330 ACE engine, which has an in-line triple cylinder configuration that provides flat lined low-end torque throughout every gear. And because of its ...[Read More]