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The Deus Sea Sider is a surf-ready commuter for Balinese adventures

A tropical essential.
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Deus Sea Sider

When your bike shop is set amongst the beautiful beaches of Bali, you're going to need the proper surf transportation. Deus has built its latest surf-ready bike that's a bit more relaxed than its previous builds. The Sea Sider is based on a 1974 Honda C70 and is powered by an engine from a 1995 Honda Astra scooter. They've also made it a bit more bicycle-like in form with a custom basket, bicycle handlebars, and lights. Other details include imported rims from Japan, a hand-made exhaust, custom leather seat, and of course, a dedicated surf rack.

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