Deus Ex Machina “Goof Bike” Suzuki RV 90

Deus ex machina "Goof bike" Suzuki RV 90

Retro bike for the way to the beach

That’s right: a surfboard can be attached to the Deus Ex Machina converted Suzuki RV 90. Otherwise, the chic retro bike is apparently very suitable for the next trip to the beach.

B.When converting the so-called “The Goof Bike”, the customizers from Deus Ex Machina were less concerned with tuning individual components to increase performance; The famous tuning company was much more concerned with putting a chic and eye-catching retro bike with a certain nonchalance factor on the wheels. Mission accomplished, as we think. Deus Ex Machina decided on the Suzuki RV 90 as the basic bike, which nowadays does not enjoy quite as cult status as the competition from Honda, but it also has its fans.

Ideal for going to the beach

At first glance, the most striking thing is the surfboard, which is attached above the driver. There is also space for a towel on the backrest. To match the colorful paintwork of the bike, Deus Ex Machina’s customers have also created a jet helmet in the same colors. When it comes to the motorization, Deus Ex Machina opted for the Suzuki RV with the 90 cm³ engine that produces 6.3 hp. At that time the cult bike was also available with 50 cm³, 75 cm³ and 125 cm³. Especially the small size and the balloon tires ensure a lot of recognition for the retro Suzi.

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This Suzuki RV 90 was converted by the Deus Ex Machina customers.

Attentive observers should have noticed that the customers did without side mirrors. The indicators are also missing for road approval in this country. Hobby screwdrivers should find a solution for this very quickly. Unfortunately, the Deus Ex Machina bike is not available for sale. And it won’t be easy to find a cheap Suzuki RV 90 on the German used market either. Incidentally, the new price in 1975 was 2,450 marks. Today’s used prices for a decent model are usually significantly higher.


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