The brainchild of Deus Ex Machina's Bali operation, this blacked-out dual-sport started life as late-model Honda CRF250. Even though the CRF250 is built for abuse, it needed a little help to stand up to the Indonesian climate. The first thing that needed to go was the plastic cladding, all replaced with hand-formed sheet metal with a retro-style number plate at the rear. A new subframe carries a classic '70s-style seat along with a vintage-look tank and acid-etch fuel cap with Deus Ex logo — all handmade. High-intensity LED lighting was used to penetrate the often-foggy tropical weather, and the bike has received a complete mechanical breakdown and rebuild. Painted matte black with gold accents, silver details on the calipers and forks strike a nice contrast with the rest of the color scheme.