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Return of the Cafe Racers - Best bikes at Deus bike build off

Best bikes at Deus bike build off

I wasn't able to make it along to the event last weekend at Deus Ex Machina in Camperdown, Sydney and it looks like I really missed out. There are photos springing up all over the place so I've grabbed a few of my favorite custom builds from the day for your viewing…

I wasn’t able to make it along to the event last weekend at Deus Ex Machina in Camperdown, Sydney and it looks like I really missed out. There are photos springing up all over the place so I’ve grabbed a few of my favorite custom builds from the day for your viewing pleasure.

This first bike named the Much Much Go took first prize on the day and it’s easy to see why. A very nice mix of old and new styling.

 

Photos borrowed from: Deus.com.au, fuelzine.com & kingtrevor.com
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