This past May saw the return of the Deus Ex Machina Boundless Enthusiasm Bike Build Off, an international custom bike building competition with rules and boundaries as wide as the imaginations of the designers who participated. This is the third running of the event and after a world wind tour, we can now bring you looks at the projects that earned the title as Deus Customs 2015 Bike Build Off winners. The competition saw the playing field divided into multiple regions, with the winners hailing from Milan, Portland, Sydney, Tokyo, and Bali, each with their own incredible custom projects. The winners from each region demonstrated just how diverse the custom motorcycle culture is with Sydney's winners presenting a completely electric rendition of the beloved "postie" bike, the Tokyo team's Honda DAX 1979 enhanced with all odd spare parts, and Josh Deardorff's Frankenstein 1982 Honda CX500, which features a blend of 9 different bikes. Continue after the click to see more shots of the winners and head to the Deus Customs page to learn more about this year's contest and see the runners-up in each region.