Named after racer Giacomo Agostini, who won 13 Grand Prix championships and 10 Isle Of Man TT's, the Deus Ex Machina Ago TT Motorcycle is part tribute, part modern reinvention. Based on an MV Agusta Brutal 800rr, the bike sits on a custom subframe, and offers several dramatic features, among them the custom aluminum tank shell formed from seven separate pieces of aluminum. There's also a handmade aluminum tail that houses the electronics, a custom Öhlins rear shock, Beringer hand controls, and a Scitsu tach. Also notable is what it's lacking, namely a headlight, turn signals, and license plate, as they're unnecessary for a bike whose only home is the track.
Triumph held the motorcycle land speed record for nearly 15 years straight, but that run ended in 1970. The Triumph Rocket was built to bring it back after a 45 year absence. Powered by a pair of turbocharged Rocket II engines producing over 1,000hp combined, this carbon Kevlar-skinned land missile is over 25 feet long, yet just two feet wide and three feet tall. It'll be piloted by Guy Martin, a famous British motorcycle racer and one of the few crazy enough to compete in the Isle of Man TT. Aiming for a speed of over 400 mph, they'll take their shot later this month.
You don't need us to tell you how much fun it is to go off-road in an ATV. But the Tarus 2x2 Motorcycle raises the off-road stakes even higher. This ATV disguised as a motorcycle is capable of slicing through rough terrain like mud, swamps, snow, and mountains. It can also navigate where four wheel ATVs cannot due to its compact, light-weight size. Weighing less than 200 pounds, it's collapsible and can be broken down in less than five minutes and stored in the trunk of a car.