Mixing superbike styling with a road-friendly design, the Ducati Supersport Motorcycle is a high-performance machine for the daily rider. It's powered by a 937cc Testastretta 11-degree engine taken from the Hypermotard line, housed in a trellis frame. Meanwhile, the relaxed rider and passenger positions, an adjustable windscreen, and a 16L fuel tank make it ideal for medium-distance rides. Other notable features are ABS, Ducati Traction Control, three riding modes, and, on the more aggressive S model, a fully adjustable Öhlins suspension and the Ducati Quick Shift system.
Built from the ground up using combustion bikes as a base, Night Shift Electric Motorcycles are both stylish and practical. The company's done two builds so far, the first being Rebel, a modified 1987 Honda Rebel 250 powered by the guts of a golf cart drivetrain. Their second build, the Leafy Savage, is far more advanced. Its battery pack was taken from a Nissan Leaf, and a 2003 Suzuki Savage was used for the frame (hence the name), with an Enertrac motor providing a maximum output of 40 hp.
Produced in Germany from 1921 to 1925, the Megola Motorcycle only saw around 2,000 bikes completed. That's why this 1921 Megola 640CC Touring Motorcycle model is such a rare find. It's powered by an original 640cc five-cylinder radial engine that is built into the front wheel and is started by pushing or rotating the wheel with the machine on its stand. The model was built four years ago and arrives at auction for collectors with a rich sense of moto history as well as an appreciation for its incredibly unique features and starting technique.
Named after the design team's booze intake during its creation, the Icon 1000 Three Martini Lunch Motorcycle is a low-slung take on the Triumph Thruxton. Painted Verdoro Green, a color stolen from the Pontiac GTO, the bike mixes KZ1000 wheels and Harley forks with the Triumph frame, an integration made possible with the help of a Nitron suspension, brakes from EBC, and Avon tyres. The result is a unique, sporting bike that demands attention, from its distinct color to the "X" pattern over the headlight.