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Greyp Bikes

Urban living gives you a great excuse to ditch your wheels and start taking advantage of your proximity to everything — but often you're not willing to rely entirely on the power of your legs to get you where you need to go. Greyp Bikes ($8,000) give you a choice, letting you use them as a bike when you want it, or a motorcycle when you need it. With a maximum speed of about 40 mph, and a range of almost 75 miles, it's the perfect vehicle for getting around the city, whether you choose to pedal, use battery power, or both. An LCD panel gives you all kinds of useful feedback, a fingerprint scanner lets you customize the experience and access for multiple riders, and the battery can reach a full charge in just under an hour and a half.

  • 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.

  • Biltwell Gringo Helmet

    Who says you can't look cool and still ride safely? The guys at Biltwell make both possible with the Gringo Helmet ($150). This motorcycle helmet is styled simply without sacrificing any of the necessary safety features. An injection-molded ABS outer shell and EPS inner shell protect that precious brain of yours, while several color options keep you looking good (available in flat black and titanium, gloss black, orange, and white). Snaps let you attach a bubble shield to protect your eyes, but we think a pair of goggles will suit you better.