BMW Heinrich Maneuver R nineT by Deus Ex Machina

May 20th, 2015 by retail design blog

Renowned custom motorcycle design house Deus Ex Machina has unveiled its interpretation of the BMW Motorrad R nineT in the form of the Heinrich Maneuver. Aiming for an optimum balance between function and style, the Heinrich Maneuver features a hand-fabricated alloy tank scaffolded on an internal labyrinth of alloy channels to offset the increased fuel load, as well as a top box that houses the ignition and fuel filler. The rear wheel is able to put out 110 hp — an increase of 6 hp over the stock bike. Additional design details include the kangaroo suede cafe racer-inspired seat and the gloss white livery, upon which sand-blasted bespoke BMW and Deus alternator cover badges have been embellished. The rider’s body position was also adjusted by positioning the foot pegs and Motogadget dash controls as slightly rear-set from the standard. Enjoy the video provided below.


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