Deus Ex Machina are some of the badest bike outfitters in the industry right now. From their wild off-road-centric designs to clean builds that are a slick as the rain-covered streets they have no problem perusing, each build is a new adventure. We first started covering their outfits a little while back, and every time they released something new we were equally if not more impressed than with the previous project. And their Flaneur, built off a 2014 Yamaha SR400, fits this description perfectly.
The SR400 already has an impressive reputation among the bike world for their prowess in precision from the back roads to the highways. The engine to the bike features a power commander added to liven up the heart and soul of this bike and a reverse cone muffler to help Flaneur breathe easy. Deus Ex Machina also made sure to include a leather seat to complement the heat treated and brushed tank along with a new custom guard located atop new tires for the build. Finally, to smooth everything out, they hooked it up with a set of Ikon shocks in the rear for comfort and performance.