Deus Ex Machina Bali Gives The Honda CRF250 The Vintage Scrambler Treatment

With nine flagship stores and an additional 13 retail locations scattered around the globe, Deus Ex Machina possesses markedly more resources and team members than most custom motorcycle outfits. This enables the custom moto and lifestyle powerhouse to churn out bespoke builds at an extremely fast rate. So, despite Deus Australia unveiling a build less than a fortnight ago, Deus’ Bali operation has now revealed yet another stellar dual-sport project, this time bestowing a modern enduro with classic scrambler aesthetics.

Known as the “Atramental Two Five,” the build started life as a late-model Honda CRF250, before being entirely rid of its factory lighting and bodywork. In it’s place is a new vintage-style tank, custom side panels with integrated number plates, and scrambler-style saddle paired with a kicked-up subframe and retro rear fender. Out in front, there’s an Acerbis fender, LED headlight and indicators, and a new handlebar unit. There’s also a drilled-out chain guard, custom pillion pegs, bespoke “DEUS” radiator and fuel-tank caps, and a larger capacity radiator to better cope with the Bali climate. Completing the one-off Honda is a custom matte and gloss black livery juxtaposed by silver and gold highlights on the forks, calipers, spokes, and heat shield.

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