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Ural Patrol T Motorcycle

With old-school looks and useful tech, the Ural Patrol T Motorcycle ($12,400) is just the thing for poor-weather riding. Most notable on the Patrol T is its sidecar, which gives the bike its World War II feel — think Indiana Jones vs. the Nazis — but it's also the sidecar that gives it its stability in bad weather, thanks to the world's only on-demand two-wheel-drive sidecar drive shaft. Other features include an OHV air-cooled 4 cycle opposed twin cylinder engine, Herzog gears, Brembo brakes, a true reverse gear, a large sidecar storage compartment, straightforward maintenance, and true Russian heritage.

  • Deus Ex Machina Customs

    Harleys are cool and all, but they can't compare to the macho muscle of Deus Ex Machina Customs ($TBA). Based in an old factory building in Sydney, Australia, Deus celebrates classic custom motorcycle culture by cranking out their own unique takes on Kawasakis, Yamahas, Triumphs, and yes, even Harley Davidsons, giving each bike special treatment to take it from mass produced machine to one-of-a-kind mechanical art. If you're based in the L.A. area, make a stop by the company's Secret Service shop on Industrial St. in downtown and see for yourself.

  • Triumph Thruxton SE

    Packed with modern technology but sporting a design straight out of the past, the Triumph Thruxton SE ($10,649) is an intriguing update to the café racer. First impressions start off with the powder-coated red frame, crystal white bodywork, low rise handlebars, 18-inch spoke wheels, red stripe down the center, color-matched fly screen and blacked out engine cases, but it's the Thruxton's fuel injected 865cc parallel twin engine that delivers the thrills, pumping out 68hp and 51ft.lbs. of torque, which makes for some beautiful sounds emitting from the megaphone style pipes. If Speed Racer rode a motorcycle, we think it might look something like this.