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Australia Blog: Day 4 - Riding with Deus Ex Machina

Deus Ex Machina is undoubtedly the best shop I’ve ever been to. The showroom is choc-full full of retro-style custom bikes, mainly based on the Kawasaki W650, Yamaha SR400 and a variety of Triumphs. The owners scour the globe for interesting classics too, so there’s a smattering of original old British and American bikes dotted around the place too. Everything...

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48gixxer

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48gixxer says:

Whilst in Oz

Hey Micheal, great to hear your in Sydney, sad to say the Old road is dead meat as far as sportriding is concerned, give us a call ill take you on some real toe curlers hehehe (2009R1). Great to hear you visited Dues X. Out west here we have the guys from S&R pro who over the years have built some of the wildest rides and developed some huge HP Hyabusas.They are very innovative and well worth checking out.Hope the weather isnt to hot for you , its a real nut fryer on the R1. Anyways welcome to Sydney, enjoy your articles and videos,watch out for the plods there rampant around Sydney....Chris

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