Looking for a street-friendly custom cycle? The Triumph Tridays Rumbler ($TBA) should do nicely. Based on the Triumph Scrambler, this one-off ride features Öhlins spring elements and thick Pirelli studded tires to help it stand taller, a Magura-Super-Moto braking system, Roadster handlebars, and a distinctive metallic brown paint job for the gas tank. [Scouted by Fredrik]
Most of the new motorcycles we've seen recently have been moving away from flashy chrome. The Ducati Diavel Cromo Motorcycle ($TBA) embraces it, with a chrome mirror-finished gas tank that contrasts with other gloss black parts. Of course, it's still a Ducati, so it's loaded with high-performance parts like a 162hp Testastretta 11° engine, Brembo brakes, 14-spoke, 17-inch wheels wrapped with Pirelli Diablo Rosso II rubber, three electronic riding modes, Ride-by-Wire and Ducati Traction Control technology, Marzoochi front forks, a Sachs rear suspension, and a hands-free ignition.
No, not that kind of Diesel. The Ducati Monster Diesel Motorcycle ($14,000) is based on Ducati's Monster 1100 EVO, and designed by Diesel's fashion stylists, led by company founder Renzo Rosso himself. The result is a powerful street bike that is as notable for its military-inspired green and matte black color scheme as it is for its fantastic performance. [Scouted by David]
Owners of electric scooters know the plight of the urban commuter: what to do when you arrive at your destination, only to find that you need to charge up? You can either lug it up the stairs, or upgrade to the UItra Motor A2B Excel Electric Scooter ($TBA). This lightweight electric scooter packs Intelligent Dual Electric Power (iDEP) that lets you take the battery with you when you park, making the scooter immobile while saving you the hassle of schlepping the whole damn thing inside.
Sure, you can go to your local cycle shop and buy yourself a ride — but if you're looking for something truly unique, you'd do better picking up this DP Customs Mele Motorcycle ($19,000). Built by hand, this one-of-a-kind whip sports a 1000cc Ironhead motor producing 75 hp — quite a lot considering its minuscule curb weight — as well as a stretched frame, clip-on handlebars, a custom x-pipe exhaust, powdercoated wheels wrapped in Pirelli rubber, a three-piece rear wing, and an Uncrate-approved bright orange paint job.