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Ped Baker  says:

Deus Ex Machina 'much much go'

Cucumber cool custom builders Deus Ex Machina held their inaugural Bike Build off at the weekend in Campertown, Australia. Deus are famed for their lithe, bobber style machines that typically take on a board tracker cum Café racer themes. So it's no surprise that the overall winner Nick Eterovic and his creation Much Much Go apes that style.     Based around...

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reverendhoover

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Excuse me

I have just been sick.

 

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Fomancu

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Fomancu says:

ahhh

jesus--its so-------so----aweful. What the f--k is a "bobber style"-----no I dont want to know

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mozart

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mozart says:

I'd rather have a Royal Enfield Fury

 

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v2kiwi

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v2kiwi says:

What The

Dues Ex Machina. Look it up in the dictionary.  Turning old worthless crap into big dollars These things sell for up to 10k ( 6000 pounds) . Hats off to these guys that can sell an SR500 for 6-7 k in this style if you can call it that. Anyone with talent could build this over a weekend. WAKE UP AUSTRALIA. or maybe MCN is just runnin this story to take the piss out of them.  It,s just a flash name for RAT bike.

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v2kiwi

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v2kiwi says:

What The

Dues Ex Machina. Look it up in the dictionary.  Turning old worthless crap into big dollars These things sell for up to 10k ( 6000 pounds) . Hats off to these guys that can sell an SR500 for 6-7 k in this style if you can call it that. Anyone with talent could build this over a weekend. WAKE UP AUSTRALIA. or maybe MCN is just runnin this story to take the piss out of them.  It,s just a flash name for RAT bike.

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v2kiwi

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v2kiwi says:

Much Much GO

I bet it rips your arms out of there sockets and power stands up to the next roundabout , Backwheel spinning and slideing like the tyre ,s made of plastic  front wheel hovering inch,s above the road as you struggle to contain the emence power of the neck snapping 67000km CB twin.

Sorry could nt help my self.  Ive actually got a need for one of  these......... Could tie my boat up to it. Mind you probably no good as an anchor either with all those titanium racing parts and lightened engine internals producing eleveteen  HP.    MUCH MUCH GO. I think not.

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MrJealousy

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MrJealousy says:

sucky

Those carb inlets are going to suck the dirt straight off the rear wheel. Another custom bike designed not to be ridden...

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toadhancocks

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toadhancocks says:

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"Took under 5 weeks to complete" and you can see why, i've seen more desirable dog shit!

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TinkerNZ

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TinkerNZ says:

I think everyone here should a large cup of chill the fuuck out, it's just a bike, it's mechanical art, not service costs, reliability or maintaining re-sale value. I feel sorry for you, I don't you'll never be able to grasp the fantasic posiblitys of being alive.

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Bob Buttamasangy

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How much?

When I first saw these advertised in Oz's favorite bike sales mags, I thought they'd cocked up the price! Apart from being about 3x the price they probably should sell for, they are the most cobbled together piece of crap I have had the dipleasure of seeing!

Can't dispute the fact that this bloke is a good bike salesman! Probably should be put in jail for taking advantage of the mentally challenged though! 

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