Buell Lightning X1 Bully
For an employer there's nothing better than hiring a kick arse staff member. I'm sure that over at the Venice Beach chapter of Deus Ex Machina they couldn't be any happier with their motorcycle design director Michael Woolaway (aka Woolie). Since he came onboard Wollie has produced a stunning portfolio of customs for…
The bruised and battered X1 underwent a series of frame surgeries to get it back in shape. With an entirely new subframe and swingarm in place Woolie then started his Cafe Racer style build with an aim to use as many American made parts as possible. Rizoma USA provided the bulk of the colour coded, anodised goodies bolted to its engine and the handmade brake reservoir you can see sitting proud on the bars was created by Works Performance.
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