Photo: DEUS

Photo: DEUS

Deus has been teasing its work on their custom R nineT for months and now we get to see the fruit of those labors with their Heinrich Maneuver. Named after Karl Heinrich, a German designer famous for his custom tanks, the bike is a great tribute to the BMW motorcycles of yesterday while also celebrating the company's modern innovations. 

The design of the bike centers around the massive fuel tank inspired by Heinrich's work and is complemented by a custom sub-frame and a suede and alloy seat. The bike is finished with a white paint scheme and everything from the BMW badge to the alternator covers have also been customized to better suit the bike. 

More info at deuscustoms.com

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