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Deus build off X

DEUS Ex Machina is holding a fantastic biker build off competition, called the Boundless Enthusiasm Bike Buildoff. In true Deus fashion it's all about the look and the style of the machine rather than how much money you have thrown at your creation.

It has to start and idle and at least roll a few yards to be eligible but other than that it's up to your fertile mind to create your two wheel vision. The other necessary detail is you have to bring it to the shop on Saturday November 27.

There's some great prizes too, like the Snap On tool kit worth over $2000, plus gift vouchers, Deus clothing etc.

Cycle Torque is even talking about putting in a machine ourselves.

To find out more and complete the entry form go to www.deus.com.au. ■

TT at Barleigh

SUZUKI of Newcastle head honcho Graeme Boyd is holding a TT style extravaganza on Saturday November 13 at Barleigh Ranch Raceway near Raymond terrace.

It's a 750m long TT style track, pretty much a dirt track set up with a few smallish jumps thrown in for good measure. A number of big names are expected to turn up, and with the established SX stars over in New Zealand at the time, it's a perfect opportunity for dirt rack, MX, enduro and road racing stars to prove who's who in the zoo, so to speak.

Boyd is putting up a heap of cashola for prize money too. $2,500 for the 450cc class, $2,000 for the 250cc class, $500 for Motard and $500 for You might see some of fhis type of action.

the girls.

On top of this there'll be dealer and journo races, celebrity races and the twins class, with bikes like Harley's XR750, Kawasaki's ER-6, Hyosung's GT650 and Suzuki's SV650 taking centre stage.

To keep Barleigh Ranch in a respectable condition bikes must not run knobby tyres on rear, as per GCRs.

For more info give Graeme a call on 02 4952 1577 or email [email protected]. ■

So get into your authorised Triumph dealer today and check them out in the flesh.

Offer available until October 31 . Th ere a re some conditions.

Thomas Cook competition winner

MICHAEL Rudder has won the Cycle Torque Thomas Cook Clothing Competition and has won $300 worth of clothing from Thomas Cook Boot &

No pay Trumpys

TRIUMPH has just launched its 'Ride Away No More to Pay' campaign, on its America and Speedmaster A1 models.

For a limited time only, Triumph is offering these 2010 A1 model bikes at a knock down price of $ 1 3 , 9 9 0 r i d e aw ay, n o more to pay.

With the parallel twin engines and cruisy looks both bikes have proved popular with buyers.

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