Unless you were raised on an Antarctic research station, you’ve probably seen a Honda Super Cub. It’s the most popular motor vehicle in the world, with over 85 million sold since We bet you.
Deus Ex Machina's new Japan branch turned a 1961 Honda Super Cub – the Beetle of motorcycles – into a race-ready machine. Aside from increasing the engine's output by the shop also custom made parts such as the monocoque body and adjustable race shocks.
Renowned the world over for building some of the most beautiful custom bikes, the Deus Ex Machina brands’ creations command plenty of acclaim.
Meet The Firefly – the Residence of Impermanence’s first and latest build by Deus Japan’s Director of Motorcycle Operations, Matthew Roberts – a venerable 1961 Honda Super Cub that pushes the engineering and styling envelope like.
Deus Ex Machina Firefly Custom
The Deus Japan Honda Super Cub gets an aggressive new look as the cult favorite enjoys a new resurgence.
The Super Cub is the most popular motor vehicle in the world, with over 85 million sold. We've never seen one customised quite like this, though.