Its name may sound sweet, but the Honda C105 Super Cub has been a force to reckon with since 1958. Since its debut, there have been more than 85 million sold meaning the bike enjoys a deep, generations' old following that is seeing a bit of a resurgence with the revitalization of the Japan's Super Cub racing. Honoring its future and its past, we get our first look at the Deus Japan Honda Super Cub, which sees a completely reshaped and rebuilt body - everything was essentially touched but the original 1961 speedometer. Built for racing, Deus gave the bike more of a pure racer stance that uses the original 4-stroke OVH clutchless, three-speed unit, yet performance numbers weren't provided. Finished with a oxblood ribbed leather solo seat and we have an uncanny build you'll either love or hate. Let us know where you stand.