For the last five years, Max and Erica Droog have carved out a distinct reputation within the custom motorcycle scene for their signature stripped-down, post-apocalyptic transformations. After continuing to refine their craft, the husband and wife team has now pulled the cover off of their latest two-wheeled urban brawler with the DM-014 V2.
Powered by a modern Japanese-made, liquid-cooled inline-four superbike engine, the DM-014 V2 represents a more high-performance Droog bike and the shop’s fastest build to date. The DM-014 V2 boasts novel features on a Droog build such as multiple power modes, petal rotors, adjustable suspension, a new meshed belly-pan design, a race-spec TFT display, and hand-formed winglet-inspired panels jetting out from the bike’s tank. Elsewhere, the V2 retains Droog’s regular hallmark traits, with wheels fitted with disc inserts and wrapped in knobby tires, a flat track-style front number board with diagonal slit LED lighting (helped along by an LED lightbar set just ahead of the fork brace), a dual-pipe TOCE exhaust, a study hopped subframe and thin custom saddle, a boxy angular tank cover, and a smattering of top-shelf bolt-on accessories from brands like Rizoma. Available now on a built-to-order basis, the Droog Moto DM-014 V2 is available with 650cc to 1,000cc (two or four-cylinder) engines, starting from $50,000.