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Honda XR650L Dual Sport Bike

Honda XR650L Dual Sport Bike

Can't decide between a dirt bike or street bike? Get both in the Honda XR650L Dual Sport Bike (starts at $6,500). It packs a Baja-bred, 644cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine, Pro-Link rear suspension, a push-button electric starter with a choke to help in cold weather, front and rear disc brakes, and more, plus a classic Honda red paint job that looks just as good on a dirt path as it does in the city. [Thanks, Colin]

  • GT Golden Bike

    You can't buy the GT Golden Bike — you earn it. During the Golden Race Series, which consists of 7 cross country mountain bike races, the fastest amateur will be crowned the Golden Bike Winner for that race, and will receive an all-expense-paid trip for two to the next race in the Golden Bike Series, a commemorative GT Golden Bike, a $250 Sugoi gift certificate and a swag bag of cycling gear. Of course, you have to keep winning in order to retain the Golden Bike. As for the bike itself, winners can choose between GT's Zaskar hardtail or the Marathon, both of which feature a golden monocoque carbon fiber frame and top-of-the-line XTR components. So get out there, and get pedaling.

  • Sachs MadAss 125

    Part bicycle, part motorcycle, all badass. The Sachs MadAss 125 ($2,700) is a German engineered beast of a two-wheeler, packing a 125cc engine, a hydraulic fork front suspension, a unique frame that sends shock from the rear wheel to the front for a smoother ride, an in-frame fuel tank, twin H.I.D. headlights, 16-inch alloy rims, dual disc brakes, and a dry weight of just 220 lbs.