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Ducati Diavel

Ducati Diavel

Part objet d'art, part sport bike, the Ducati Diavel ($17,000 and up) is the latest beauty from the Italian cycle maker. Weighing in at just 456 lbs., the Diavel offers a 162 horsepower Ducati Testastretta 11° engine, custom 14-spoke, 17-inch wheels, Brembo anti-lock brakes, a ride-by-wire throttle system, traction control, keyless ignition, LED lighting, and LCD and TFT instrumentation displays. Also available in a Diavel Carbon model, which uses carbon fiber bodywork and forged wheels to drop the weight another 7 lbs. — as if it needs it. [Thanks, Caz]

  • Harley-Davidson XR1200X

    We know more than a few Harley riders who would scoff at the thought of a hog with no chrome, but that's more or less what you'll find in the Harley-Davidson XR1200X ($11,800). Inspired by the XR750 made legendary by Evel Knievel, this performance sportster packs an isolation-mounted XL Evolution 1200cc V-Twin engine, Nissin dual front brakes, Showa rear shocks and Big Piston Front Fork, as well as a blacked-out powertrain and exhaust, sporty tank graphics, and black wheels with an orange rim pinstripe. With nothing to polish, you might call this the lazy man's Harley, but we like to think of it as a hog for the under-40 crowd.

  • Ural Patrol T Motorcycle

    With old-school looks and useful tech, the Ural Patrol T Motorcycle ($12,400) is just the thing for poor-weather riding. Most notable on the Patrol T is its sidecar, which gives the bike its World War II feel — think Indiana Jones vs. the Nazis — but it's also the sidecar that gives it its stability in bad weather, thanks to the world's only on-demand two-wheel-drive sidecar drive shaft. Other features include an OHV air-cooled 4 cycle opposed twin cylinder engine, Herzog gears, Brembo brakes, a true reverse gear, a large sidecar storage compartment, straightforward maintenance, and true Russian heritage.