No, not "trail" — it's "trial." The OSSA TR 280i Trial Bike ($TBA) was built from the ground up for the rigors of trial riding, and as such features unique part placements such as a filter box and electronic injection system placed at the top and a compact two-stroke engine in the center bottom, as well as a six-speed gearbox, front and rear disc brakes, and a Marzocchi upside-down adjustable fork.
Your suits are custom tailored, so why isn't your bike? Derringer Bespoke Motorbikes ($TBA) offer serious customization for the discerning customer, as well as a moto-hybrid drivetrain, a 49cc four-strike engine that can go up to 180 miles on a single gallon, a GGB gearbox with a centifugal clutch and freewheel that lets the pedals stay stationary while the engine's running things, a 70mm drum front brake, coaster rear brake, and any combination of paint, seat, handlebars, wheels, and other options you'd like.
Ensure that your wheels match the mortuary-fabulous look of your wardrobe with the Autum Epitaph Bike ($3,000). This premium bicycle, designed for the living and deceased alike, is limited to a production run of just 12, and features aged leather on the hand crafted grips, and turn & tuck seat and inserts, a coaster brake, and dual front and rear tires mounted on custom-made alloy rims.