Harley-Davidson XR1200X

We know more than a few Harley riders who would scoff at the thought of a hog with no chrome, but that's more or less what you'll find in the Harley-Davidson XR1200X ($11,800). Inspired by the XR750 made legendary by Evel Knievel, this performance sportster packs an isolation-mounted XL Evolution 1200cc V-Twin engine, Nissin dual front brakes, Showa rear shocks and Big Piston Front Fork, as well as a blacked-out powertrain and exhaust, sporty tank graphics, and black wheels with an orange rim pinstripe. With nothing to polish, you might call this the lazy man's Harley, but we like to think of it as a hog for the under-40 crowd.

  • Hammarhead Motorcycles

    Designed to evoke the spirit of the lean, powerful motorcycles of the 1950s, Hammarhead Motorcycles ($9,500-$18,500) are affordable, hand-built, rugged rides. Available in three models — the Royal Enfield Electra X-based Woodsman, the Triumph Scrambler-based Jack Pine (pictured), and the Royal Enfield Bullet-based Volta — these simple, sleek machines are quieter than your average chopper, making them perfectly suited to modern urban environments. In other words, chances of waking up neighbors with your late-night Taco Bell runs go way, way down. [Thanks, Jeremy]

  • 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.

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