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Deus Ex Machina Customs

Harleys are cool and all, but they can't compare to the macho muscle of Deus Ex Machina Customs ($TBA). Based in an old factory building in Sydney, Australia, Deus celebrates classic custom motorcycle culture by cranking out their own unique takes on Kawasakis, Yamahas, Triumphs, and yes, even Harley Davidsons, giving each bike special treatment to take it from mass produced machine to one-of-a-kind mechanical art. If you're based in the L.A. area, make a stop by the company's Secret Service shop on Industrial St. in downtown and see for yourself.

  • Vyrus 987 C3 4V

    Even if titles like "Most Powerful Production Motorcycle in the World" don't last forever, earning one at all is quite an achievement. The current title holder is the Vyrus 987 C3 4V ($70,000 and up). Ditching traditional front forks for a unique design that's steered via a center hub, the C3 4V claims its title through a combination of an ultralight curb weight of only 339 lbs. and a Ducati-made, supercharged 1198cc V-twin engine pumping out 211 horsepower. Add in an agressive body, jet fighter-inspired lights and dashboards, and world-class Brembo brakes, and you've got one exclusive two-wheeled rocket.

  • Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Lo

    Cruise the streets in unique style aboard the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy Lo ($16,300 and up). Featuring the lowest seat height of any Harley, the black denim Fat Boy Lo has a profile all its own, with a reshaped seat and handlebar, half-moon footboards, black cast aluminum 17-inch wheels, a counter-balanced Twin Cam 96B V-Twin engine paired with a 6-Speed Cruise Drive transmission, and, of course, the classic five-gallon Fat Bob fuel tank.