One of the most impressive motorcycles modified by Deus Ex Machina is the Heinrich Maneuver, and it is based on a BMW R nineT custom. The two-wheeler is purely spectacular from an aesthetic point of view, but it also received some upgrades in the performance department. To be specific, the bike flaunts a total of 110 horsepower, which is a 6 horsepower increase when compared to the standard configuration.
Visually, it boasts a large hand-made alloy fuel tank that sits on top of a custom sub frame. The seat is made out of kangaroo suede, which gives off a feeling of elegance. For a touch of exclusivity, the fuel tank received a sandblasted BMW logo. The rider’s positioning has been altered somewhat due to the adjustment of the foot pegs and the implementation of Motogadget dash controls that are set back further than usual.
The Heinrich Maneuver motorcycle is named in honor of a German designer, who made a name for himself by creating superb tanks.