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Halo Motorcycle Helmet

You've seen the Spider-Man and Venom motorcycle helmets, now check out Neca's Master Chief Halo version. Don't let its looks fool you, this helmet is 100% approved by the Department of Transportation for street use. Available in four sizes (small to extra large), this helmet all the features that a rider might need, including a UV-coated visor, front / rear vents for reduced fogging + comfort, and an easy-open design made for riders wearing motorcycle gloves. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Kawasaki J

Kawasaki's J looks like something direct from the TRON universe, but it's a real motorcycle. Though not much is known about its all-electric drivetrain are scant, but Kawasaki says the J concept makes use of its proprietary battery management technology and GIGACELL high-capacity nickel-metal hydride battery. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.

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Batman Future Chopper

Designed by Olcay Tuncay Karabulut, the ultra sleek Sylvester gives us an idea of what a chopper might look like in The Dark Knight. Featuring extended forks, a hardtail frame sans rear suspension, dropped drag handlebars and oversized tires, paired with centerless wheels. There's plenty of room to hide weapons, should Bruce Wayne deem it worthy for crime fighting. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading to see fifteen bizarre kitchen inventions we probably don't need.

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DIY Batman Batpod

In The Dark Knight, the Batpod has 20" tires all around and is powered by a high-performance, water-cooled, single-cylinder engine - geared toward the lower end for faster acceleration and with no exhaust pipes. It's steered by the shoulders instead of hands, and the rider's arms are protected by shields. The Batpod ejects out of the Tumbler's front end, with the Tumbler's front wheels becoming the Batpod's front and rear wheels. Here are five amazing DIY versions of the vehicle that all function to a certain extent, with the bottom (VnExpress) being the most impressive, since it's built from scrap parts. Tung Lam used a Suzuki FX 125 ($143), two used car tires ($39), and the entire project came out costing just $480. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to see the top five viral videos of the day.

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Jaguar Motorcycle 7MC

Jaguar's Project 7 is based on the F-TYPE Convertible, powered by a 5.0 V8 Supercharged engine, developing 575 PS (423 kW). Only 250-units will be made and it's Jaguar's most powerful production car to date. The body is 100% aluminium, reminiscing historical D-Type LeMans winner. Now the Jaguar Project 7MC is what a motorcycle based on the car might look like. Continue reading for more images and information.

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Le French Atelier GSX-R

When you combine sleek supercar lines with the classic '91 Suzuki GSX-R, this is the result. This custom motorcycle was created by Le French Atelier and has a custom tail end, complete with revamped taillights to give it a modern feel, while still, retaining its iconic looks. A rebuilt engine cylinder, that was painted satin black, was completed to ensure reliability. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Lamborghini Powered Motorcycle

Hearing a Lamborghini V12 in-action is something most auto enthusiasts will never forget, now imagine that rumble coming from a motorcycle. The beast you see above made an appearance at Cars and Coffee Alpharetta, GA this past weekend weekend, complete with six carburetors and those familiar throttle bodies. Auto Evolution reports, "Up until the Aventador was launched, Lamborghini improved on the same 60-degree quad-cam V12 Bizzarini designed in the early 60s. Over the years, the engine went from 3.5 to 4.0, 6.2 and 6.5 liters, with the muscle increasing from 274 to 670 hp." Continue reading for the clip and more information.

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Concept Motorcycle

Making its debut at the Bad Salzuflen Custombike Show in Germany, the Akrapovic Full Moon looks like something straight from a sci-fi flick. The name came about due to its completely visible aluminum frame and a carbon thirty-inch front wheel, giving it the appearance of a full moon. Unfortunately (or fortunately), there's no word yet on if it will go into production, or estimated pricing. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Koenigsegg

What do you get when you combine the design of a Koenigsegg hypercar with a motorcycle? This sleek machine. Designer Burov Art has always fancied this idea, and so he made it a reality. Featuring an ultra-short tail, enclosed fairings, rear dual exhausts, dual rear shocks, and minimalist styling. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Rough Crafts Motorcycle

Bruce Wayne, better known as Batman or The Dark Knight, probably has every supercar and motorcycle known to man in his mansion(s), but if here to add another to his ever growing collection, it would probably be the Dyna Guerilla. Winston Yeh, owner of Taiwan-based Rough Crafts, specializes in building custom motorcycles. This particular model started out as a 2009 Fat Boy, and is now something worthy of the Batcave, powered by a 1584cc v-twin engine. Continue reading for more pictures and informatino.

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