Red Pill Motorcycle by Deus Ex Machina

Sep 29, 2015

Category: Rides

The Deus Ex Machina Red Pill Motorcycle is inspired by the red pill from the Matrix. It’s based on a Kawasaki W650, and it’s made specifically for the function of hauling a surf board to and from the beach.

The custom bike has a uniquely designed quick release rack that sits on the side so that hauling a board is easy. It also has custom ace bars, as well as custom front and rear fenders. The battery has been moved to underneath the swing arm, and the air box has been completely removed. It’s a simplistic design that doesn’t go for the bells and whistles, but instead wants to make itself known as a basic beach bike that’s perfect for hauling your board.

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