Triumph Tiger Explorer XC Motorcycle

Not all motorcycles are made for the road. Just take the Triumph Tiger Explorer XC Motorcycle, for example. In addition to a strong 1215cc three-cylinder engine, this highly-capable bike offers a host of off-road features, including switchable ABS, traction control, fog lights, hand guards, engine protection bars, a sump guard, a 12V power socket for powering a GPS or heated clothing, a payload of almost 500 lbs., and unique spoked wheels. Sure, you could elect to ride it only on the road, but where's the fun in that?

  • Lotus C-01 Motorcycle

    They're far better known for the sports and race cars, but believe it or not, Lotus can come up with a pretty slick two-wheeler, as well. The Lotus C-01 Motorcycle is a perfect example. Designed by Daniel Simon of Bugatti and Tron: Legacy fame, this ultra-limited bike (only 100 are being made) features a slick, lightweight body, a two-cylinder, four-stroke 1,195cc engine putting out 200 horsepower, and paired with a six-gear transmission. While we don't have performance numbers yet, considering it weighs under 400 pounds, we're expecting it to be really, really fast.

  • BMW R NineT Motorcycle

    Most people buying a Bimmer bike aren't overly concerned with customization. But we're guessing most of them aren't buying the BMW R NineT Motorcycle. This stripped-down roadster is powered by a 2-cylinder 4-stroke flat twin engine producing 110 hp and a top speed of over 125 mph. Other features include standard ABS, an upside-down front fork and BMW Motorrad Paralever rear, a simple speedometer and rev counter complemented by a multifunction display, and the ability to change everything from the wheels to the rear frame.

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