The post-apocalypse wasteland-ready XJR1300X from Deus Ex Machina was a pretty rad bike... except for the fact that you couldn't buy it, or any part of it. But now the guys at Deus have gone and made every part from the original concept, so you can piece together your dream bike and pretend you're Mel Gibson riding across the Australian outback, even though you're really just listening to Mel C and headed to Starbucks.
It's got a ton of hand-crafted brushed aluminum, from the gas tank cover to the panel holding the tach. One thing it doesn't have? A speedometer. Gotta ride by the seat of your pants, not by what some number says.
The whole thing is stripped down nice and light, and they've left bare the 1251cc air-cooled engine that sits between your legs. Yes, people will stare, but you'll be going fast enough you won't care.
If, however, you feel the need to slow way the f*ck down, it's got a pair of 298-millimeter steel brake rotors up front to reel everything in.
The seat's a combination of leather for toughness and suede that'll grip your rear tighter than a cougar in a country bar, to help keep you in the perfect spot at all times.
It comes with a full exhaust that's actually street legal, as well as a trick suspension that'll make it handle great without breaking your back.