1999 Harley-Davidson MT500 Military Motorcycle

Believed to be one of less than 500 ever built, this 1999 Harley-Davidson MT500 Military Motorcycle is a highly rare relic of war. It's also completely original, and miraculously unused. Details of the MT500 are scant, but we do know that it's powered by a Rotax engine, was built towards the end of the production run, and is outfitted in military green with a plastic gun case and ammo panniers. It also has zero miles on the odometer, which means it's entirely up to its next owner whether it ever sees (street) action or not.

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    Looking much more like a traditional motorcycle than many all-electric options, the Aero E-Racer Motorcycle is a sleek compromise between a gas-powered street racer and a commuter-centric electric bike. It's powered by an electric motor from Tacita, maker of the T-Race electric rally bike, producing around 75hp, with a range of 40 miles. It sits on a tubular chrome moly steel frame, has a front-mounted GoPro for capturing your rides, and is finished with carbon/kevlar body work, an iPhone-based dashboard, and a roomy fine leather seat.

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