Grievous Angel By Deus Ex Machina

Jun 2, 2014

Category: Rides

You might not think a Yamaha SR400 would ever be worthy of a powerfully dark name like the “Grievous Angel,” but after the guys at Australian custom motorcycle garage Deus Ex Machina worked their magic on one, we can see why this cafe racer is deserving of its moniker.

Everything was stripped down, with only the engine left intact, so you know the list of mods is a long one, including new alloy bullet front fairing, powdercoated factory mags, an underslung stubbie pipe, a Nitroheads ducktail seat, K&N air filter, gold brake calipers and braided lines, Avon Speedmaster tires, and more. Fun fact: Grievous Angel is also the name of a 1973 country rock album by the late Gram Parsons, and in 2003, Rolling Stone magazine had it number 429 on its list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

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