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Harley-Davidson Iron 883

Harley-Davidson Iron 883

Blacked-out from fender to fender, the 2009 Harley-Davidson Iron 883 ($7,900) is an affordable, no-frills chopper that's begging to be customized. The latest Harley Dark Custom motocycle, the Iron 883 offers plenty of old-school, anti-plastic style, including front fork gaiters, a drag-style handlebar, side-mount license plate holder, a chopped rear fender, a straight cut shorty dual exhaust, and 13-spoke cast aluminum wheels (19-inch front, 16-inch rear) with a fat 150 mm rear tire. The bike is powered by the impressive Evolution 883cc V-Twin engine.

  • Zero S Motorcycle

    With all the attention going to hybrid cars these days, it's easy to overlook some of the other modes of transportation out there, and some of them are even more economical. The Zero S ($9,950) is a fully electric motorcycle with all of the speed and performance of a gas-powered bike. Designed to be both aggressive on the road and kind to the environment, the Zero S is highly responsive, built by hand from aircraft grade aluminum and powered by the Z-Force, a lithium ion battery that reaches a full charge in under 4 hours. Pushing 31 horses, this bike can go from 0-30 in under 2 seconds, similar to a 250cc gas powered motorcycle, but costs only $0.01/mile to operate. That's what we call efficiency.

  • Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Military Motorcycle

    If Patton had designed motorcycles, he'd have built the Royal Enfield Bullet 500 Millitary ($5,545). A favorite among military enthusiasts the world over, the Bullet 500 is an eye-catching ride. And although it looks like something that rolled out of World War II, it handles just like a modern bike and has all the modern amenities, like a highly-tuned engine that has 23 BHP at 5500 RPM. Recent updates include lower emissions and better fuel economy (75 mpg). [Thanks, Ryan]