We owe the Australian company Deus a lot of credit for kick starting the current custom boom. When Dare Jennings and his partners opened the doors of their converted Sydney warehouse, it was all about Yamaha SR conversions and Kawasaki W650s.
These days, you’re just as likely to see a Harley Sportster or a Suzuki DR650 parked inside the cavernous store. And if you’re lucky, you might spot a vintage machine that’s been given the fastidious Deus custom treatment, like this 1969 Triumph TR6 hardtail called ‘C-Seven.’
It’s a style we never tire of, and will never go out of fashion. This machine took around five years to build, and we’re betting it’ll still look cool in 15 years’ time.
Head tech Jeremy Tagand is normally all over Deus builds like a rash, but on this occasion, the build was started by Warren Dawson, a skilled mechanic and fabricator.…