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2010 Triumph Rocket III Roadster

2010 Triumph Rocket III Roadster

If you prefer your motorcycles to look like something out of a futuristic bikers from hell story, the 2010 Triumph Rocket III Roadster ($TBA) is for you. Available in all of one color — we'll let you guess which one — the Rocket III boasts the line's most powerful engine yet, a 2.3 liter three-cylinder beast good for 146 horsepower and 165 lb-ft of torque. Add in Brembo brakes with ABS, a set of 43-millimeter upside-down forks, twin Kayaba shocks, and traffic-stopping looks, and you've got one helluva ride.

  • Harley-Davidson Iron 883

    Blacked-out from fender to fender, the 2009 Harley-Davidson Iron 883 ($7,900) is an affordable, no-frills chopper that's begging to be customized. The latest Harley Dark Custom motocycle, the Iron 883 offers plenty of old-school, anti-plastic style, including front fork gaiters, a drag-style handlebar, side-mount license plate holder, a chopped rear fender, a straight cut shorty dual exhaust, and 13-spoke cast aluminum wheels (19-inch front, 16-inch rear) with a fat 150 mm rear tire. The bike is powered by the impressive Evolution 883cc V-Twin engine.

  • Ural T Sidecar Motorcycle

    Who hasn't wanted a sidecar motorcycle at one time in their life? Cruise the streets like a WWII gunner in the Ural T Sidecar Motorcycle ($10,000). Assembled in Russia with components from Brembo, Ducati Energia, Sachs, Herzog, Denso, Keihin and others, the bike is powered by a 750cc Boxer engine and has a 4-forward/1-reverse transmission. The military-esque beauty would sure make your boring commute a little more exciting this summer. The 11-year-old you would approve. [Thanks, Madina]