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Ducati Diavel Dark Motorcycle

The Ducati Diavel Dark Motorcycle ($18,000) just looks mean — a bike you really wouldn't want to mess with. For starters, the all-black paint job makes it look like something that would be at home in the Bat Cave. It has swept-back, sharp lines from the headlight to the tail, and a massive rear Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tire that gives it a stance like it's ready to pounce. It also comes with an engine befitting such an aggressive machine, the Testastretta 11°, which produces 162 hp and 94 lb-ft of torque — plenty to help it leap from traffic light to traffic light.

  • BMW Concept Ninety Motorcycle

    Part celebration of a 90-year motorcycle legacy, part homage to the classic BMW R 90 S, the BMW Concept 90 ($TBA) flawlessly combines classic styling and modern performance. Built in partnership with custom bike makers Roland Sands Design, the 90 features striking paint work reflecting the Daytona Orange of the bike that inspired it. Custom-made valve covers, exhaust system and rims display the careful attention to detail only possible with a partnership of this calibre. A Matte black air-cooled flat twin boxer engine and aluminum chassis finish out this incredible ride — here's hoping some of these details make it into the next round of production bikes.

  • Honda Grom

    Somewhere between the dirt bike and the full-size motorcycle lies the Honda Grom ($3,000 and up). Fun for experienced riders but small enough to be handled by first-timers, the Grom features a 125cc fuel-injected engine paired to a four-speed transmission, a low 29.7-inch seat, a curb weight of just 225 pounds, 12-inch 10-spoke wheels, hydrailic disc brakes, and an LED taillight and projector-style headlamp. It's not going to win any races (against other bikes, at least), but it'll get you where you need to go, let you have some fun while you're en route, and virtually guarantees a parking spot once you get there. What's not to like about that? [Scouted by Jon]