Deus Ex Machina ‘God is from the machine’ is famous for their postmodern world motorcycles. It’s the Temple of Enthusiasm for passionate motorbike enthusiasts. Deus promotes and celebrates a custom motorcycle culture that first appeared in Europe and America in the 1940s.

The bike we are talking about today is the V-Twin Cafe Racer which was based on a new Harley Davidson Nightster. If you compare a Nightster with this V-Twin Cafe Racer you will realize that Deus had to trim a bit of metal, giving it a Retro look reminiscent of vintage military styling with a modern touch.

This bike has a bobber style seat, customized Yamaha SR400 tank with a release strap and new taps. Shortened front and rear fender and relocated rear indicators. A custom 2 into 1 pipe, new fuel injection map and dyno tune to gain better performance out of this machine. The belt drive was left untouched, we can only guess it was the customers request.

This Nightster V-Twin Cafe Racer is what we would love to get straight out of the showroom!

We would like to know what you think about this bike – please click on the gallery to take a look in more detail.

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