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Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled Motorcycle

Inspired by the modified bikes of the '60s and '70s that roamed the California desert, the Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled Motorcycle is more than just a cosmetic upgrade. Changes from the street-savvy model include added tubing, new skid plates, a longer, reinforced swing arm, and other updates meant to increase stiffness. It's still powered by the same 803cc L-twin engine, but has fully-adjustable Kayaba forks and shocks and special Pirelli Scorpion Rally STR tires, all of which help it tackle even the deepest sand with ease.

  • Vanguard Roadster Motorcycle

    Although it's just a running prototype — production models aren't expected to roll off the line until 2018 — the Vanguard Roadster Motorcycle is worth getting excited about. The engine serves a dual purpose by both powering the bike and serving as its frame, giving the bike a novel look that's helped along by the integrated exhaust and low-slung, boxy tank. It also has a unitized crankcase, a tablet-like digital dash with a rear-view camera, and will be assembled in New York City at the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

  • Aero E-Racer Motorcycle

    Looking much more like a traditional motorcycle than many all-electric options, the Aero E-Racer Motorcycle is a sleek compromise between a gas-powered street racer and a commuter-centric electric bike. It's powered by an electric motor from Tacita, maker of the T-Race electric rally bike, producing around 75hp, with a range of 40 miles. It sits on a tubular chrome moly steel frame, has a front-mounted GoPro for capturing your rides, and is finished with carbon/kevlar body work, an iPhone-based dashboard, and a roomy fine leather seat.


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