Death Machines Of London - Custom Bikes and Tshirts

Death Machine of London is the custom bike builders from London. This store is led by James Hilton. Since we all taught that the motorcycles are death machines but building certain things to embrace the mortality is the thing which makes them apart from us. They create breathe taking bikes and apparels.

Highlights of Death Machines Of London

NameDeath Machines Of London
OwnerJames Hilton
Total Bikes Modified3 Bikes
SpecialityBest Design and Engineered Bikes
Famous BikesAirForce, Moto Guzzi Air Tail and UYC

DMOL Bikes 


It is customised on 1977 Honda Gold Wing. It is a result of traditional craftmenship with state-of-art manufacturing techniques. 

DMOL Kenzo

DMOL Kenzo


This motorcycle is tribute to the Giovanni Ravelli who was co founder of Moto Guzzi  and also a world war 1 fighter pilot, bike racer and aviator. DMOL used 1982 Moto Guzzi LeMans MK2.

For modification they manufactured the head stock to increase the rake from 3 to 30 degrees. They used a heavily modified swing arm which was coupled to the mono shocks cantilevered system. They paint the front wheel and frame in their custom airforce grey theme.

The front end is a highly customised Aprillia RS250 arrangement, re-valved and refinished, while the rear suspension unit is an aviation-inspired bespoke item courtesy of Hagon. They used M unit and custom loom controls for the electrical functions.

They used single xenon light on front for both hi beam and low beam functionality and LED light on rear. This bike was build in just 112 days. 

Death Machines of London Airforce

Up Yours Copper

This is something unique. The bikes detailing done by them is at the highest level. They have used Triumph Thruxton 900 for this bike. 

For Modification they used frame coated in beluga black which is been de-lugged, and heavily modified with new rear. 

They have used gas flowed cylinder head and remapped fueling for the exhaust system. They have re-fabricated the fuel pump and injection system and oil cooler was removed for reduction in weight. 

In exhaust they used ceramic coated pipes and carbon fibre muffler terminating through the end of the special designed Copper Plated nozzle. 

For the wheels, both of which carry Avon Trail Rider tyres, a front 100/90x19inch was used on a 2.15 mild steel rim, with a 160/60x17inch on a 3.5 mild steel Harley style rim for the rear. 

uyc by death machines of london


This machine is created using a 1981 Moto Guzzi LeMans MK2. They disassembled all the parts and checked through vapour blasting. All the parts were restored which incorporates 1940 spitfire aviation lights and main switch. All the electrical work was hidden. Paint work is done in house with glossy red and satin old English white having a hand paint logo on it.

DMOL Store

Death Machines of London also sells Tees, Vest, Mechanical parts of Bikes and prints of their bikes. You can easily purchase them through the website. Their Apparels are for both Men and Women. 

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