Deus Ex Machina – (noun) Surprise divine help or intervention to save a hopeless situation in a narrative (films or play).
In Latin, it translates as: God From the Machine. In ancient plays, the device or character is reeled into the stage using a crane. In the story telling world, this is something unexpected which was not introduced beforehand so it will stun the audience and leave them baffled with that certain instance.
The paint job of this pimped out hardtail really “surprised” us. The owner, Kien wanted something different. Thus, we got help from our local paint shop and worked our magic. The decals of “Deus Ex Machina” was requested by Kien, so we had to put the statement on the bike. Credits to the original Deus Ex Machina brand founded in Australia by Dare Jennings.
Truvativ Hussefelt short stem was sent to the paint shop as well to match the orange frame. Saddle was upholstered to orange too.
Hardtail For The Win
The small bike was fast and nimble, thanks to the geometry of the small frame. Cables ran inside the frame so there were no more cluttered cables outside.
May this bike be divine and change the life of the rider forever. Cheers!