Chrome & Gold Yamaha SR400 by Deus Ex Machina

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Deus Ex Machina is responsible for bringing us a ton of badass bikes over the years, including their recently featured “The Bully.” Now we get to take a look at what the head mechanic rides on a daily basis.

Jeremy Tagand chose to customize a classic 1984 Yamaha SR400, and the finished product is nothing short of beautiful. The motorcycle has been outfitted with a custom swingarm, twin mufflers, and Ohlins shocks for performance without sacrificing comfort. Of course the aesthetics are where this thing really shines, sporting a head turning chrome and gold finish paired with a black headlight and leather saddle. [Via]

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