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Kawasaki W650, Bobbersake by Deus Ex Machina

If you are in to cool things whether it’s Motorcycles, clothing or Surfboards; Deus Ex Machina is the one stop shop to match your lifestyle.

Deus Ex Machina didn’t set out to just sell custom parts and handbuilt motorcycles, their aim is to celebrate a culture of creativity. Without a doubt Deus Ex Machina is a one of kind shop, from the general public to Hollywood Stars and sports icons every one has craved for their custom flavors!

Although Deus has a variety of custom bikes in their extensive portfolio, making a regular appearance are the Yamaha SR400 and the Kawasaki W650. One of my personal favorites for a custom base is the Kawasaki W650; it was designed to reflect the appearance and sound of 1960’s British parallel twin motorcycles such as the Triumph Bonneville. The styling of the Kawasaki W650 may resemble the look of the Triumph Bonneville, however the W650 is distinctive in having a shaft-driven bevel-gear overhead camshaft.

For today’s feature we are taking a look at Deus Ex Machina’s Kawasaki W650 Bobbersake. Bobbers are a close relative to choppers and both represent a minimalist approach. To me this W650 Bobbersake is one of the best W650 to bobber transformations I have encountered.

According to Deus “The Bobbersake has proved a hit both here and overseas”. Bobbersake features a W650 twin powerplant fitted with wrapped up two into one pipe. The tank on the Bobbersake is a peanut shape finished in matt black. At the rear the bike features Wellington rearset pegs, Daytona light kit finished in matt black, Nitroheads seat and a Vintage Firestone rear tire.

Form and function come together as one as this is simply a great riding package. Want to get your hands on one of these? Deus builds to order, if you are in the Camperdown area pop in and take a look at some of the demo bikes on offer.

Dev D
Dev Dhttp://motorivista.com/
By day he is a Project Lead at Syntel Inc., by night a contributing editor at Moto Rivista. The young gun of the team, likes anything that goes fast!

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