Who said that a bike had to look futuristic to look cool? The Royal Enfield Classic 500 Motorcycle ($TBA) defies this convention while sporting a definite retro look. Powered by a single-cylinder 500cc unit-construction engine with an integrated assembly for the five-speed gearbox and clutch, the Classic 500 features electronic fuel injection to keep the perfect air/fuel balance, a top speed of over 80 mph, a spring-saddled split seat, an oval toolbox, and WWII-era styling in a body completely cast and formed in crafted metal.
Not content to do unspeakable things to cars, Mansory is setting its sights on motorcycles. Instead of starting with an existing model, however, the Mansory Zapico ($TBA) is a custom ride, featuring a crazy design hewn from carbon fiber and aluminum, a S&S T 124 V2 engine good for 160 hp, carbon disc rims, leather upholstery, a weight of under 750 lbs., and the ability to zip from 0 to over 60 mph in 3.3 seconds. Not included? A matching case for your phone, which is essential when rocking this much carbon fiber.
Harley makes a ton of different models in different finishes, but if those options simply aren't enough, you should check into Harley-Davidson H-D1 Customization ($TBA). These factory-built custom 1200s let you pick the wheels, seats, handlebars, foot-peg positions, fit, paint color and graphics, engine finishes, and security, with even more options available via dealer-installed accessories. Less work, more riding.
That's right: a dual-screened motorcycle. Just Kidding. The Zero DS Motocycle ($10,500) is an all-electric two-wheeled ride featuring a maintenance free belt drive system, high-performance disc brakes, a quick-charging Li-Ion intelligent power pack, a top speed of 67 mph, a range of up to 58 miles, and Dual Sport tires — get it now? — that provide great handling on dirt or tarmac.
Ready yourself for Spring with the new Harley-Davidson FXS Blackline Softail ($15,500 and up). A creation of the company's Dark Custom movement, the FXS redefines the Softail with features like a bobbed rear fender, an asymmetric five-gallon Softail fuel tank, a compact headlight and speedometer for a more custom look, the lowest two-up seat (only 24-inches off the tarmac) ever offered by Harley-Davidson, paired with new Split Drag handlebars, black-rimmed, laced wheels, and a Twin Cam 96B V-Twin engine dressed in black and silver. Just one more thing to look forward to once the sun and warm weather decide to return.