Powered by a 162 hp Testastretta engine, the Ducati Diavel Carbon Motorcycle is a nice compromise between street cruiser and race-ready superbike. Thanks to the use of composite materials and machined aluminum components, the bike has a dry weight of just 452lb, yet still has a strong tubular steel Trellis frame, six-speed gearbox, LCD instrument display, and twin lateral radiators to keep things cool while keeping the front of the bike looking clean. Available in a handsome Asphalt Grey and Matte Carbon livery.
A return to form compared to its uncharacteristically heavy, sluggish predecessor, the Sport Scout was crucial to the continued success of Indian in the 1930s. Noted collector and Indian enthusiast Steve McQueen knew this of course, which is why he had this 1934 Indian Sport Scout Motorcycle in his garage. Powered by a 750 cc engine, it has the lightweight open frame and Euro-style fork that the model was know for, as well as a ivory and black paint scheme. Purchased at a Bonham's McQueen sale in 2006, it's in great condition, and comes with an Idaho title signed by the legend himself.
They're just concepts for now — but we're not the only ones hoping these Honda Grom Scramblers become production machines in the near future. Combining the pint-size power and beginner-friendly ride of the Grom with the versatility of a scrambler, these bikes are powered by 50cc engines, and designed for one thing and one thing only: fun. The retro-styled Concept One comes finished in a silver and black race-style livery, while the Concept Two offers a green, black, and tan color scheme with a (slightly) more modern design.