Motocross riders and brothers Derek and Don Rickman set out to turn their hard-earned knowledge riding bikes into building them. The pair founded Metisse in 1959, and by the early '60s were making a name for themselves in Europe. Metisse got a huge boost when Steve McQueen purchased a Mk 3, saying it was "the best handling bike I've ever owned." Now Metisse and Steve's son Chad McQueen are offering an exact replica of Steve's personal Mk 3, down to his own modifications. The McQueen Mk 3 starts with a hand-made brazed nickel-plated 4130 chromoly frame. Spoked wheels are wrapped with Midas tires and 35mm Ceriani forks mounted in BSA yokes, exactly like McQueen's. A rebuilt 650cc Triumph TR6 parallel-twin engine and four-speed transmission power the 300-pound flyweight bike. Bodywork comes in Battleship Grey, with McQueen's authorized signature on the tank. Each bike comes with a certificate marked with the serial number and an endorsement from the McQueen estate. Limited to 300 units, the McQueen Mk 3 is available for order now.