Amarok Consultants’ goal with the P1 is to make it competitive by reducing weight rather than increase battery capacity/performance. Amarok Consultants, a Quebec-based design and marketing firm, recently unveiled its electric racing motorcycle, the Amarok P1. The P1 eschews traditional motorcycle design and instead uses a frameless aluminum monocoque design that incorporates the bike’s main structure, […]
Jeremy Tagand, The Man Behind Deus Ex Machina Australia
Earlier this year we introduced you to the California branch of Deus Ex Machina, the moto, surf, clothing and coffee shop that has started to gain popularity for its custom motorcycles. The original Deus, however, is in Australia, and its head mechanic/motorcycle design master, Jeremy Tagand, is quite the character himself.
Originally from France but now living in Australia, Tagand has a strange Franco/Aussie accent to his English, though it’s easy to understand one thing: he loves his motorcycles. As you can see in the video below, designing and building custom motorcycles is a fresh challenge Tagand enjoys and embraces on a daily basis when he comes to work. It’s hard to categorize his style, but if you ask him, he’s “just trying to do something cool.”
When he’s not tinkering with motorcycles, he’s also plays Rugby professionally. But as he says, “that’s another story.”