Take a Kawasaki W650 and hand it off to Deus Ex Machina’ head mechanic Jeremy Tagand, and you get a dirt tracker with an urban assault feel. Featuring a rich blend of ingredients, The Midnight Rambler works as a marriage of different ingredients that come together, giving this once street-based rig the ability to head off-road in style.
The ‘Rambler’ includes a raised adjustable suspension and a low maintenance all black engine, frame and swing arm, and a ceramic-coated exhaust system providing it with an excellent response both on and off the asphalt. Additional features include Tomaselli motor cross bars for an old school feel, digital speedo and custom-length Icon rear shock units. The Rambler also boasts a black body, black spring and progressive Front Ikon Spring. Both the tank and side cover dawn a custom color scheme with a very subtle Charcoal Deus Logo on the tank, and the whole package sits atop Metzeler Karoo 3 tires. Run this puppy off-road during your downtime and give it a quick wash before heading back into the downtown for work. Clearly, versatility is key and Jeremy managed to pull off the final product with finesse.
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