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Ural T Sidecar Motorcycle

Ural T Sidecar Motorcycle

Who hasn't wanted a sidecar motorcycle at one time in their life? Cruise the streets like a WWII gunner in the Ural T Sidecar Motorcycle ($10,000). Assembled in Russia with components from Brembo, Ducati Energia, Sachs, Herzog, Denso, Keihin and others, the bike is powered by a 750cc Boxer engine and has a 4-forward/1-reverse transmission. The military-esque beauty would sure make your boring commute a little more exciting this summer. The 11-year-old you would approve. [Thanks, Madina]

  • 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]

  • Mission One Motorcycle

    Now that's what we're talking about. The just-unveiled Mission One Motorcycle ($69,000) is the world's fastest production electric sportbike. Designed by Yves Béhar, the Mission One is a zero emissions vehicle that has obviously brilliant styling. It's got a top speed of 150 MPH and an estimated range of 150 miles thanks to a proprietary high energy lithium ion battery pack. An electric drivetrain and no gear shifting means crazy torque and acceleration. The just-out-of-stealth-mode Mission Motors said the first 50 bikes will be limited edition and will ship in 2010. Watch for a cheaper model this summer.