Yamaha Two-Up by Deus Ex Machina

Jan 18, 2016

Category: Rides

The team at Deus Ex Machina has taken a little Yamaha TW 225 and made it their own, giving it a unique look that shows big things can come in small packages.

They’re referring two it as the Two-Up, and the first thing the customs shop did to it was strip out all of the unnecessary plastic bits and pieces, significantly shedding the bike’s busyness and weight. The end result was then painted all black, from head to toe. It was given a Vintage Husky aluminum fuel tank that was rescued from a scrapyard and then painted by Dutchy Motorcycle paint. It was also given a new EasyRider seat for added comfort. The bike’s original air box was replaced with a high flow K&N filter. The bike was also given a second headlight for greater visibility on the streets at night. It was also outfitted with a SuperTrapp muffler for a beautiful, deep roar, as well as a new sub frame. The result is a classic-looking and scrappy ride.

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