The Heinrich Maneuver / Deus Customs

Classic BMWs tend to be defined by their fuel tanks — from the bulky Hoske tanks to the elegant, chromed toasters. But the most famous name of all is Karl Heinrich, who was the go-to guy if you wanted a new Kraftstofftank from the 1960s to the 1980s.

Heinrich has leant his name to this remarkable new R nineT custom, constructed by Jeremy Tagand at Deus Customs‘ Sydney headquarters for BMW Motorrad Australia. In stock form, the R nineT is the quintessential neo-classic — but at first glance, the Deus version could easily be mistaken for a vintage 70s machine — via Bike EXIF

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