The creative minds over at Deus ex Machina have been creating stunning motorcycles for years. Today they are back with the beginning of a new era and the end of another. Today we get our first look at the Zero x Deus ex Machina Motorcycle. The bike is the first electric motorcycle built from the shop and the last Deus built by Michael “Woolie” Woolaway.
Woolaway was introduced to Zero at the Pikes Peak Hillclimb. Shortly after, he decided to put his touches on the bike, creating the first custom Zero SR/S we see here. The bike was heavily inspired by the racing bikes of the 70s and 80s, rocking a sleek and classic aesthetic from front to back.
The motorcycle features carbon-fiber bodywork, which comes as a one-off piece handmade by Taylor Made Racing. The windscreen is hand-blown by Zero Gravity, while the seat comes from the good folks over at Saddlemen. The bike’s electric powertrain is detailed with high-power warning symbols, adding one taken from the earliest days of electricity. Under the bike’s stylish details is Zero’s lauded SR/S, with 140 lb-ft of instant torque and a range of 200 miles.
Take a closer look at this stunning custom machine in the images below and find out more about the bike from Zero immediately. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more new rides, motorcycles, and more coming soon.
Photos via Zero