The Tokyo Motor Show, as we’ve been noticing from various stories of late, was a hotbed this year for electric vehicle ideas. Another one in this vein came from Kawasaki, which used the event to showcase its futuristic J concept personal transportation concept vehicle.
The seller says the bike is “titled, registered, & insured as a street-legal 2002 Harley V-Rod,” but if you want to take him up on the flamethrower option, well, you might be wise to check with law enforcement where you live.
With a name like “Skully” there is admittedly some irony in pointing to this company as one that appears to have created a motorcycle helmet which fits the Steve Jobs Apple usability model.
Electric motorcycles can be crazy fast, as we saw earlier this week with an electric drag bike that hit over 200mph in under 7 seconds.
Electric vehicles have long suffered a bad reputation in the hardcore and uber-competitive motorsports world.
The creators of the Peraves MonoTracer MTE-150, an electric vehicle that looks like a cross between a Prius and a motorcycle, recently announced plans to make the final production version available to enthusiasts.
If you are serious about getting your hands on a replica Tron light 'cycle, well, you really should check out this ongoing auction hosted by CharityBuzz.
In 1894, German engineers Heinrich and Wilhelm Hidebrand gave the world its first production internal combustion powered motorcycle, the Hildebrand & Wolfmüller Motorrad.
If there's one thing that hardcore geeks like more than science fiction action movies, it's probably hot girls revving a futuristic motorcycle or lightcycle with reckless abandon.