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  • The Deus Ex Machina Cherry Red Bonneville;

    The Deus Ex Machina Cherry Red Bonneville A fine fuel-injected Hinkley Bonneville with many bespoke components. Furnished with a custom tank, seat unit, extended swingarm and subframe mods. Complete tear down, paint and powder coat of everything. This custom cafe sports revised fork internals a...

  • The 750 Dreamliner from Woolie's;

    Commanding Woolie’s Workshop at The Emporium of Postmodern Activities is Deus Ex Machina’s US Motorcycle Design Director, Michael “Woolie” Woolaway. A natural born gear head, the Hawaiian born, California raised builder has been taking things apart and putting them back together ever since he can...

  • The D-Side, La Motocarrozzetta;

    D-Side is the third son of Yard Built’s project, born in collaboration with Yamaha. It’s an idea that came up by chance, after seeing a motorcycle with a sidecar at a show in Madrid, and after feeling the invincible need to have a 3-wheeled Deus. From the idea to reality, the path was short, and...

  • The Bully by Michael Woolaway;

    Woolie’s Workshop build number nine is called The Bully. Somewhat to do with its silhouette, somewhat to do with word jumble play where you take the name Buell and you rearrange the letters and you get something kind of close—the bike’s moniker really has everything to do with the fact that the i...

  • The Moscow Accord;

    The first step was to strip the Sportster of the useless bits. The second step was to fabricate what they could, including the rear fender, shaved SR500 tank, tank strap, triple clamp, sub frame, seat, and some other stuff. Then a world-wide search for the remaining components commenced and they ...

  • The Scrappier from Deus;

    From superbike to supermoto, The Scrappier has held on to its ‘super’ aspirations and gone off the rails and left normal conventions in the scrap bin. Starting as a full fairing’d KTM RC8 with a 1150cc V-twin packing 151hp, it has turned into a scrappy delinquent who shows up to bare-knuckle figh...

  • The Ago TT by Deus;

    Motorcycle design director Michael Woolaway built this custom Brutale 800rr commissioned by MV Agusta as a homage to the marque’s rich racing heritage capturing the spirit of Tourist Trophy racing of the 60’s and 70’s. The bike is aptly named after the great motorcycle racer Giacomo Agostini who ...