We love a good scrambler around here. The models rolling out of Deus Ex Machina have always been turning our heads. Their latest creation takes a Kawasaki W650 street/dirt tracker and gives it the full makeover. Head tech of Deus Camperdown, Jeremy Tagand has fully embraced the world of dirt track sliding. Looking to create a bike that could do anything, be wicked fast in the dirt and still compliment the Deus name, the Hunter Gatherer was born.
Surrounded in a black stealth satin paint job, the Hunter Gatherer is loaded with Tomaselli bars, a Bates style headlight and Posh indicators. The rear suspenders are custom Ikon units lengthened for greater travel, keeping the Pirelli Scorpion tires on the ground. The forks have custom caps installed offering up plenty of front adjustment. A custom set of alloy fenders were built housing a rear LED taillight. The stock airbox was removed and replaced with twin K&N filters to let the bike open up and breathe better. Custom 2-into-1 headers were built shooting into a SuperTrapp performance muffler. The finishing touch is a comfortable Nitro Heads Tuck Roll saddle.
To say we are always impressed with the bikes leaving the Deus garage, is too little. We want one, we want them all. Head on over to the Deus Ex Machina main website to find a location near you. If you happen to be around Venice Beach on a Sunday morning, the Sunday Mass shop rides out of their Venice shop are a great way to meet fellow riders and see some incredible bikes.