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Dues Ex Machina Models 'The Bully' After American-Style 80s Bikes

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: hypebeast & vicespy
Dues Ex Machina, a brand hailing from Australia, means 'god from machine,' which is appropriate. Specializing in custom motorcycles, the company has created some impressive road-runners including 'The Bully.' Although it was built in Australia, some people will note its similarities to American bikes from the 80s. That's because Dues Ex Machina specifically modeled 'The Bully' after that them.

The Bully was also manufactured predominantly using American parts. Dues Ex Machina made sure that it boasted some exciting features, made all the more possible since it was built from the ground up. Vicespy writes, "The Bully rides quite smoothly and is rather comfortable, which is surprising for a bike of this type and it is a reliable, sturdy, and capable vehicle that will definitely receive attention from onlookers due to its classic appearance and paint scheme." Stats for Australian-Built Motorcycles Trending: This Week & Average
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