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If you’re looking to join a post-apocalyptic biker gang a bit early, look no further than Droog Moto’s latest creation, the DM-15. They essentially took a Kawasaki Ninja 250 and turned it into something other-worldly by giving it a new fuel cell, subframe, suspension, lighting, and tires. What once looked like a sport bike now has the appearance of a machine that can pull double duty on and off road. The angular fuel cell appears to be skunkworks-birthed, and the new flat fairing with slim LED lights, DM handlebars, and big grips make their presence known on top of the big copper front fork. The DM-15 is light, so the 249cc motor is more than enough to move it, and the matte black exhaust tucked underneath give the engine a proper growl. The back tire appears to float on its own with the LED taillight hovering just above, and the black solid disc wheels top off the look properly. It’s clearly time to break out the leather.

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