Heinrich Maneuver BMW R nineT by Deus Ex Machina

May 15, 2015

Category: Rides

With a beautiful design and a clever name, Deus Ex Machina has taken the wraps off its new BMW R nineT custom, the Heinrich Maneuver, and the end result is spectacular.

Named after a German designer known for creating gorgeously handcrafted tanks, this new bike fittingly sports a giant hand-fabricated alloy fuel tank on top of a bespoke sub frame. A sumptuous kangaroo suede seat and sand-blasted BMW logo on the tank also stands out style-wise, and the positioning for the rider has been changed with an adjustment of the foot pegs and Motogadget dash controls that are set back further than the standard. Also, on this R nineT the rear wheel can put out 110 hp, which is a noteworthy 6 hp over the stock bike.

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