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Bultaco Rapitan Motorcycle

Barcelona-based Bultaco made some great bikes back in the day, cranking them out from the late '50s to the early '80s. Now the brand is making a comeback, with its eyes set squarely on the future — and the Bultaco Rapitan Motorcycle is the first example. Forgoing conventional gas engines, the Rapitan is powered by a brushless electric motor that's good for 54 horsepower and a top speed of 90 mph, and offers features like regenerative braking, a built-in lithium-ion battery with an on-board charger and a range of 87 miles, a sleek design, a curb weight of under 420 pounds, and, thanks to that missing gas tank, room inside to store your helmet.

  • Johammer Electric Motorcycle

    We've seen some bizarre-looking electronic vehicles in our time, but nothing quite compares to the retro-futuristic styling of the Johammer Electric Motorcycle. But there's more to the Johammer than just its strange looks — inside that shiny aluminum fairing, you'll find battery packs that give it a range of up to 120 miles on a single charge, all without sound or emissions. And if you're trying to find the dash on this bike, you'll have to look to the rear-view mirrors (they display all the relevant information you'd typically find elsewhere). Power comes from an electric motor housed in the rear-wheel hub, while the bike forgoes a fork in the front in favor of hub-center steering. You can choose from two models available in five different colors, but regardless, you'll definitely get some looks.

  • Triumph Tiger Explorer XC Motorcycle

    Not all motorcycles are made for the road. Just take the Triumph Tiger Explorer XC Motorcycle, for example. In addition to a strong 1215cc three-cylinder engine, this highly-capable bike offers a host of off-road features, including switchable ABS, traction control, fog lights, hand guards, engine protection bars, a sump guard, a 12V power socket for powering a GPS or heated clothing, a payload of almost 500 lbs., and unique spoked wheels. Sure, you could elect to ride it only on the road, but where's the fun in that?