2018 Kawasaki Z900RS ‘Stone Tracker’

Dec 7, 2017

Category: Rides

It was back in 1974 when Australia was rocked by the movie “Stone,” an Australian biker film about a Sydney detective by the name of Stone who goes undercover with the Gravediggers motorcycle gang to find out who in the gang is killing off their members. The other breakout star of the film? The Kawasaki Z1 motorcycle.

Now, in order to pay homage to this iconic bike from Kawasaki AUS – a bike that defined the 70s for the country – Deus Ex Machina recently fabricated their very own Stone Tracker from a Kawasaki Z900RS. To accomplish this feat, an Alloy Raiser handlebar now supports a Tommaselli Tracker Bar, a robotic-looking aluminum headlight unit resides up front, a custom aluminum tail unit along with specially-trimmed seat pan resides out back, and a pair of Metzeler Karroo 3 knobby tire completes the tracker appearance with authority.

Learn More: Deus

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