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The Heinrich Manoeuvre is renowned custom motorcycle design house Deus Ex Machina’s tribute to BMW’s legacy and history of innovation. Named after a German designer famous for his distinctive fuel tanks, the machine was completed at Deus Customs‘ Sydney headquarters for BMW Motorrad Australia.
It looks nothing short of stunning, which is exactly what we’d expect from Deus. The bike is a perfect blend of form and function with a vintage 70s aesthetic. The massive, hand-fabricated alloy fuel tank – inspired by Heinrich’s work – sits on top of a bespoke sub-frame constructed from a labyrinth of square and round section tubing. The rear wheel can pump out 110 hp, 6 hp more than the stock BMW bike.
As far as design details go, the Heinrich Manoeuvre features a kangaroo suede cafe racer-inspired seat and a gloss white livery with the blacked-out BMW logo on the tank. The unique ride is certainly something to see.