Australian professional motocross racer Mike Reefman recently uploaded footage of a fantastic machine that his brother-in-law, Paul, whipped up for him over the course of a few months. Reefman told Jalopnik that Paul put about “$11,000 to $15,000” worth of work into the amazing dirtbike cleaning machine, which is mounted to a trailer. The machine holds about 40 gallons of water and spritzes the bike down with a soap and water mixture, then blasts it all right off with four jets. After the bike has been rinsed, an air compressor kicks in to air-dry everything. The whole machine runs off a standard garden hose and dumps the dirty water out of a valve on the other side. I smell a patent that needs to be filed.
[VIDEO] Aussie Motocrosser’s Brother-In-Law Builds Motorcycle Washing Machine
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