Kawasaki W650 Pegasus by Deus Ex Machina

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Australian based customizers at Deus Ex Machina have tapped a customer’s track-only ’69 Camaro and Honda Fireblade as the inspiration source behind their latest build – the Pegasus.

This beauty originally started as a Kawasaki W650, and has now turned into a complete head turner. The entire bike is based in a stealthy black finish with contrasting, brightly colored orange wheels (17-inch in the rear and 21-inch wheel up front) and matching Deus branding along the customized Yamaha SR400 fuel tank. Other updates include that old-school bates style headlight out front alongside a Verona electronic speedo with LED warning lights, and a gorgeous open tulip style muffler finished off in a coat of brilliant white. This isn’t the first time Deus has impressed us with their creations, and you better believe it won’t be the last either.

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