Loving the correctness with the brahma bars!
I've got a 92, as well - but no brahma bars for it - I've thought about getting some similar, but I've run mine with some straight Avenir bars.
I have a 91 Axis, too, that perhaps means a bit more to me - although it was the Apex from 91 I was really keen to get back.
Don't know what it is about bikes from the early 90s, but they feel bombproof whilst not being that heavy. The mid 90s steel frames they used on the equivalent DBs feel different - definitely lighter, but there's something reassuring about these early 90s DBs. They ride well, seem well sorted from a geometry perspective (they tend to encourage a certain stretched out position) and feel like they could go on forever.
I Know what your saying
often these bikes are overlooked, which is shame as after riding many brands my Axis had something special about it, solid, bombproof, robust, no frills, does what it says on the tin approach
"Would anyone else rather be doing something other than marching up and down the square????"