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Mansory Zapico

Not content to do unspeakable things to cars, Mansory is setting its sights on motorcycles. Instead of starting with an existing model, however, the Mansory Zapico ($TBA) is a custom ride, featuring a crazy design hewn from carbon fiber and aluminum, a S&S T 124 V2 engine good for 160 hp, carbon disc rims, leather upholstery, a weight of under 750 lbs., and the ability to zip from 0 to over 60 mph in 3.3 seconds. Not included? A matching case for your phone, which is essential when rocking this much carbon fiber.

  • Harley-Davidson FXS Blackline Softail

    Ready yourself for Spring with the new Harley-Davidson FXS Blackline Softail ($15,500 and up). A creation of the company's Dark Custom movement, the FXS redefines the Softail with features like a bobbed rear fender, an asymmetric five-gallon Softail fuel tank, a compact headlight and speedometer for a more custom look, the lowest two-up seat (only 24-inches off the tarmac) ever offered by Harley-Davidson, paired with new Split Drag handlebars, black-rimmed, laced wheels, and a Twin Cam 96B V-Twin engine dressed in black and silver. Just one more thing to look forward to once the sun and warm weather decide to return.

  • 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]