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Confederate X132 Hellcat Speedster

In order to appropriately follow up its Bonneville speed-record-setting predecessor, the Confederate X132 Hellcat Speedster needed to not only run great, but look amazing as well. So Confederate enlisted the aid of a former Ducati designer to help with the details — and the results are incredible. Outfitted with carbon fiber and billet aluminum, adjustable suspension, dual-caliper brakes, 18-inch carbon fiber wheels, and a leather tractor seat, this bike sports a fuel-injected V-Twin that produces 121 horsepower and 140 pound-feet of torque pushed through a five-speed transmission. And with only 65 units being released, this rare beauty will remain a coveted ride.

  • Motoped Survival Bike

    Most survival packs include plenty of stuff to help you ride out the worst of times — except for transportation. Fortunately, the Motoped Survival Bike has you covered. Powered by a 4-stroke engine, the bike gets excellent gas mileage, and uses downhill mountain bike parts mounted to a custom frame and swing arm for rugged reliability. As for the survival part? Well, it also comes outfitted with a crossbow, one-gallon gas pack, a survival shovel, a tomahawk, a harpoon, a fixed blade saw, a lighting system, carabiners and climbing rope, a flashlight, a multifunction knife/light, two multi-tools, a neck knife, and a bike mount for that most versatile of tools, your smartphone.

  • Polaris Slingshot Motorcycle

    Calling it a motorcycle is a little disingenuous, since it's really a roadster — but with only three wheels, the Polaris Slingshot Motorcycle is actually a bit of both. Powered by a 2.4L engine, this two-seat open-air vehicle sits just inches off the ground, with a 5-speed manual transmission and lightweight polymer body panels to create an exhilarating motoring experience. You might have to get your motorcycle license to drive it — depending on local laws, — but the first time you round a corner at speed, it'll be well worth the effort.