Deus Cycleworks Pegasus

Jun 20, 2017

Category: Rides

While Deus Ex Machina is primarily known for their custom motorcycles, they also have a real talent when it comes to bicycles. Their experienced team has created everything from fat-tire bikes to single speed track monsters. Now, with warm weather finally upon us – they’ve announced what may be the perfect bike for the summer, the Deus Cycleworks Pegasus.

Building off of the experience of the grave/cx Stralusc, the brand’s previous gravel-grinder, Deus Cyclworks has built a much more versatile bike. This time around they used steel Columbus tubes to build the frame, threw on a 3T Luteus fork, and made sure that the bike had clearance for both 650b and 700 wheel sets. That final detail is a big one. It means that cyclists can easily optimize their bike for an afternoon out on the road, or one spent exploring new paths. Wherever cyclists take this bike, we’re sure they’ll be comfortable. Each of Deus Cycleworks’ Pegaus bikes are built to the specific measurements of the customer – ensuring a perfect fit.

Learn More: Deus Cycleworks

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