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Ecosse Heretic Ti

You may not be able to go in and whip a bar full of bikers, but ride up on this and know that your bike can kick their bikes' asses. The Ecosse Heretic Ti ($140,000) is an absolute beast of a bike, with a titanium chassis, 120ci, 135hp engine, carbon fiber body work, carbon fiber wheels, Ohlins Suberbike Gas forks, and a six-speed overdrive transmission. Sure, you could feed a small third-world village for years with that much money, but that won't do you any good when you're running from an angry mob of Hell's Angels.

  • Confederate B91 Wraith Motorcycle

    As cool as Harleys and crotch rockets are, sometimes it's best to have the most intriguing, original bike instead of the loudest or fastest. The B91 Wraith from Confederate Motorcycles ($55,000) is most definitely intriguing and original, featuring a design that is more 1900's than 2000's with a look that recalls board-track racers. On the mechanical side, the 410-pound bike has a 100-cubic-inch V-twin that produces more than 120 hp for those times when you really need to boogie. Handcrafted quality, exotic, retro looks and modern technology and materials — the best of all worlds.

  • Harley Davidson VRSCD Night Rod

    Harley Davidson motorcycles are supposed to make you feel different. In this case, simply bad. The VRSCD Night Rod (starting at $15,000) has a 120 horsepower Revolution engine, straight shot mufflers, and a kick-ass Black Denim paint option. It's also got mid mount controls, low rise handlebars, black and chrome engine covers, Brembo brakes, slotted aluminum disc wheels, and all the evil money can buy.