Deus Ex Machina Two-Up Yamaha Motorcycle

Based on a Yamaha TW 225, the Deus Ex Machina Two-Up Yamaha Motorcycle plusses the diminutive bike with a number of upgrades. The engine and wheels are done up with black paint, the better to contrast with the vintage Husky aluminum fuel tank sporting a fresh white paint job from Dutchy Motorcycle. A SuperTrapp muffler provides a deeper growl, air now arrives via a high-flow K&N filter, an EasyRider seat ensures a comfortable ride, and the twin head and tail lights give it an even more recognizable look.

  • British Customs x Mule Motorcycles Tracker Classic

    Owning a new motorcycle can be great, until you pull up to a stranger riding the same exact bike. The guys at British Customs are out here creating one of a kind works of art that will separate you from the pack. Built in collaboration with legendary street tracker builder Richard Pollock, the Tracker Classic consists of some features blessed by the man himself. Like the Mule Tri-Oil Cooler Kit, Mule Swingarm Spacers, the Mule Bar, to name a few. They've combined a rebuilt stock motor with a few important tweaks to give you just the power you need on the streets or to leave your friends in the dust on the track.

  • Bandit9 Ava Motorcycle

    It's based on a Honda Supersport with a 125cc engine. But you'd be hard-pressed to tell by looking at it. Inspired by Jet Age futurism, the Bandit9 Ava Motorcycle is a chrome-clad ride that's sure to be a highlight of any collection. It's built entirely by hand, with a high-grade steel unibody and faring, unique dual rear shocks, a sand casted swing arm, and a calf leather seat. Other highlights include the naked speedometer, custom handlebars with turn signals at the ends, and the low-hanging exhaust. Limited to only 9 units, with free door-to-door shipping so it's as shiny when it arrives as it was when it left the shop.

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