The crew at Deus Ex Machina has added another custom bike to their portfolio called The Onyx. Built from a 2012 Triumph Scrambler, the Onyx build was headed up by the brand’s very own Jeremy Tagand and features an array of both German and Japanese details, some of which include black MX Bars from a Yamaha TW and a sharp-looking Motogadget Chronoclassic speedometer along with blacked-out Ohlins shocks, a brand new subframe, K&N air filters, a custom leather saddle, and a black ceramic coated British custom exhaust.
Last but not least is an integrated surf rack for commuting from the city to the beach for an after hours surf session. Learn more at Deus Ex Machina and then watch the Onyx in action below.
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