Yamaha XV950 D-Side by Deus Ex Machina

Jun 25, 2015

Category: Rides

Sidecars always remind us of the old Batman from the 1960s, where Batman would, of course, be driving the Batcycle and Robin would be in the sidecar looking all goofy and whatnot. But not all sidecars have to make their passengers look like Robin did. In fact, there are some pretty great ones out there like the Yamaha XV950 D-Side by Deus Ex Machina.

The Deus X Yamaha XV950 D-Side has an ample amount of torque and a modern suspension setup. This Yamaha XV950 has a simplistic design, and it didn’t involve any cutting or welding. It has a custom rear frame and an artificial suede Alcantara seat unit on top. The Deus Milano X Yamaha XV950 sidecar is flowing with contemporary style without compromising its rideability and fun.

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