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    Senior Member Mr. BigWheel's Avatar
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    This was on the showroom floor at Deus in Sydney. Simply awesome.















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    The TH01 is a Suzuki Burgman tire. Prolly one of the few sportbike-style tires left in a 14.



    Not sure where they're sourcing the 36-hole rims. Japan, most likely.



    Not one of the Bigwheel kits cuz it uses standard TW trees. Could be done in an afternoon if you could source a bare rim.



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    can you give me their phone / email ?



    was that bike for sale ?



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    The TW was for sale, indeed. I didn't note the price but judging by the cost of a T-shirt, I imagine it would be steep. Art always costs.



    Deus Ex Machina website



    They have a contact section on their site.



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    9i have emailed them with no response !!!



    help !!!



    I WANT THAT BIKE !!!

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    That's listed at A$11,990 - about USD$13,000 at today's exchange rate. Nice bike tho.

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    Yeah, I stopped in to Deus with a couple of mates about a year ago, (I was in passing through Sydney on my way back to the US from PNG), and while I very much appreciate their attention to detail and the overall look of the stuff they build, it was all so incredibly expensive I ended up leaving there somewhat disillusioned.



    On the other hand, if people are really willing to pay that kind of money for that kind of product, maybe I need to try my hand at it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JungleBiker View Post
    Yeah, I stopped in to Deus with a couple of mates about a year ago, (I was in passing through Sydney on my way back to the US from PNG), and while I very much appreciate their attention to detail and the overall look of the stuff they build, it was all so incredibly expensive I ended up leaving there somewhat disillusioned.



    On the other hand, if people are really willing to pay that kind of money for that kind of product, maybe I need to try my hand at it...


    Australia has a lot of very well paid people in the mining industry who spend an awful lot of time at work sites - when they get back home they want a bike but don't have the time to build it. Deus fills that gap and it's not a gap I think you'd see in the US - a very unique Australian issue.

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    I desperately wanted to buy a T-shirt but I simply couldn't swallow the $60 price tag. It was $90us for a hoodie.



    However, I think I was the exception. They were doing brisk business.



    If you can charge prices that would cause a Harley dealer to blush AND fill your showroom up, you must be doing something right....



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    Quote Originally Posted by lizrdbrth View Post
    The TH01 is a Suzuki Burgman tire. Prolly one of the few sportbike-style tires left in a 14.



    Not sure where they're sourcing the 36-hole rims. Japan, most likely.



    Not one of the Bigwheel kits cuz it uses standard TW trees. Could be done in an afternoon if you could source a bare rim.


    Hello,

    No problem...

    Rear Wheel of the "Suzuki VanVan 125" has a rim 14" and 36 spoke holes Is wide and 4,5"...(It is made of steel)

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