When it comes to building a custom bike, the humble Honda CB100 probably doesn’t sit very high on many peoples list. Unless you live in Indonesia, where thousands of these bullet proof singles are ready for a rebuild — and that’s just what Deus Bali are doing. “This is one outcome of the ‘CB100 range’ we are working on” Tom from Deus mentions. “We have rounded up a gaggle of 1970’s CB100’s and are putting a different twist on each one.” The bike has been named ‘The Prospect’, because it was a while before they work out what to transform it into. It finally all came together when Deus Sydney sent them a chrome alloy ‘Peanut’ tank and “as soon as the reflective orb hit the frame the other parts just seemed to gravitate towards it, until finally the general idea was complete.”

The bike was completely stripped down to its 35 year old frame. The stock engine received a full overhaul and a bore, and now manages to pump close to the 180cc mark — which isn’t bad for a bike that weighs next to nothing. If this bike is any indication of the quality of CB100’s to roll out of the Deus Bengkel workshop, we can hardly wait to see what else they have in store for us.

      Spec list:

  • BSA Handlebars
  • BSA Gum Grips
  • Custom Fenders
  • Custom Seat
  • Chrome Alloy Peanut Tank
  • Easy Rider Tail light
  • Icon Shocks
  • Bullet Blinkers
  • Daytona Mini Speedo
  • Custom Free flow exhaust
  • Brembo front disc and caliper