Here’s the latest machine from the Australian headquarters of Deus. Called “Gicleur”, it’s one of the most stylish Kawasaki W650 customs we’ve ever seen. Gicleur is French for “jet”, and it’s a critical part of an espresso machine: the nozzle that governs the water that flows through the coffee.
According to Deus, the W650 has been “given a double shot of top shelf components”. These include a custom performance exhaust, one off Tingate clip-on bars, and a custom battery box. The battery is now hidden under the swingarm mount, giving the bulletproof Kawasaki an unusually svelte look.
The perfect stance and blacked-out mechanicals are topped off with a creamy brown-and-white paintjob. It’s a simple shot of motorcycling goodness, uncomplicated but satisfying, just like a good coffee. Head here for more delicious images.
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