Return of the Cafe Racers - Deus Ex Machina – Redefining old school

Deus Ex Machina – Redefining old school

Established by Dare Jennings, Rod Hunwick and Carby Tuckwell, Deus ex Machina in Camperdown, Sydney, produces motorcycles for the post-modern world. What the hell does that mean you say? Well, here it is in their own words... "Deus is a completely different kind of motorcycle company. While focussing on the supply of custom motorcycles, parts and…

 

Established by Dare Jennings, Rod Hunwick and Carby Tuckwell, Deus ex Machina in Camperdown, Sydney, produces motorcycles for the post-modern world. What the hell does that mean you say? Well, here it is in their own words…
Deus is a completely different kind of motorcycle company. While focussing on the supply of custom motorcycles, parts and accessories, Deus promotes and celebrates a custom motorcycle culture that first appeared in Europe and America in the 1940s and which has recently been revived by groups of young enthusiasts in countries such as Japan, America and Australia.

…visit the Deus website and straight away you know you’re in for something good. The front page of the site sports the tagline “we love skids” and an animation that is sure to put a grin on your face.


The online shop offers a huge range or parts, books and videos, motorcycling gear and a range of Dues styled clothing, most of which can also be purchased through their website. But their talents really lie in their custom bike range. Visit the motorcycles section in the online shop to see some examples including an SR400 Manx, A W650 Cafe Custom, Deus SR400 TT, Harley Sportster XLH1200, W650 Streettracker and much more. Orders for complete bikes won’t be taken online but give em a call and they will help you out with everything you need to know.

Check out the site Deus site and I will post some photos I shot at the store soon.

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