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Custom Batpod

Custom Batpod

Yes, that most dangerous two-wheeled of Batman rides can finally be yours. This Custom Batpod ($100,000/obo) is a full scale 1:1 working replica of Batman's motorcycle from The Dark Knight, powered by a high output 650cc 4 stroke, water cooled engine with direct port nitrous injection, sitting on wheels that are 508mm across and complete with custom metal arm guards to hide the controls. Notably, it's not street legal, and will arrive with one chain removed so it won't even be ridable, but considering that only one stunt driver in the world was able to control the one used in the film, perhaps that's not the worst thing, after all. [Thanks, Daniel]

  • Triumph Thruxton SE

    Packed with modern technology but sporting a design straight out of the past, the Triumph Thruxton SE ($10,649) is an intriguing update to the café racer. First impressions start off with the powder-coated red frame, crystal white bodywork, low rise handlebars, 18-inch spoke wheels, red stripe down the center, color-matched fly screen and blacked out engine cases, but it's the Thruxton's fuel injected 865cc parallel twin engine that delivers the thrills, pumping out 68hp and 51ft.lbs. of torque, which makes for some beautiful sounds emitting from the megaphone style pipes. If Speed Racer rode a motorcycle, we think it might look something like this.

  • Falcon Bullet Motorcycle

    Custom-built over the course of 1,000+ hours and sporting more hand-made fine details than we could possibly list here, the only bad thing we can say about the Falcon Bullet Motorcycle ($TBA) is that it's going to be impossible to get your hands on it — unless, of course, Jason Lee decides to put it up for sale. This custom Triumph began with a derelict frame and engine cases from a 1950 Triumph Thunderbird, and features modifications like a 750cc engine made specifically for this machine, a vintage brass lucas tail light, handlebars and levels hand carved from solid rounds of stainless steel and shaped to contour the gas tank during agressive turns, a hand made leather seat, and a stretched frame for a longer stance.