Superhero-inspired motorcycle suits are nothing new, but UD Replicas has taken things to the next level, with their Batman Dawn of Justice design. The jacket and pants feature an outer lycra skin with a black / metallic grey, 3D raised silicone print, while a "flexible anatomical muscle structure is then fused behind the leather." bat chest logo (jacket) is made of form molded leather. The gauntlet fin gloves are made from two-tone injection molded rubber that feature anti-skid palms and an inseam zipper. Last, but not least, the sleek boots feature antique gold, an exposed steel toe, an armored leather shin, all made from 2-mil thick cow hide leather. One caveat: the entire suit, with all components, including a utility belt, will set you back over $3,000. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one explaining the truth behind the iPhone 7 headphone jack removal.
It's only a matter of time before we see self-driving motorcycles, and the first may be the BMW Motorrad Concept Z. Designed by Anja Didrichsons, this modular bike has three different modes: "sport", with a slightly raised seat for cruising, "racing" for a crouched aerodynamic position, and "autonomous", where riders can lay back on the seat. Continue reading for more pictures.
If you thought the Dodge Tomahawk was cool, then check out the Millyard Viper V10, a one-off motorcycle capable of over 200mph,built by British engineer Allen Millyard. Similar to the Tomahawk, it's powered by an 8L Dodge Viper V10 engine generating 500-horsepower. Millyard has stated that reaching a top speed of 250mph with this bike is his goal, and in early speed tests at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground, it hit 207mph. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one showing how to make dry ice soda popsicles.
Think of the 2016 T-Rex 16S as a three-wheeled, street-legal F1 car, powered by an inline six-cylinder engine, sourced from BMW Motorrad that generates 160-horsepower and 129 pound-feet of torque, mated to a six-speed sequential manual gearbox. Weighing in at just 1,100-pounds, this trike has a chassis composed entirely of steel tube frames, with a sturdy sheet metal floor and fiberglass body panels. Wilwood 4-piston calipers at all three corners clamping down on drilled iron rotors ensure maximum stopping power. On the tech side, there's an 180-watt Alpine sound system, USB / iPhone / Bluetooth connectivity, and a 12-volt cigarette plug on the dashboard. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of "The Legend of Zelda" intro redone in Studio Ghibli-style animation.
Finally, we get to see the sleek Lazareth LM847 motorcycle in-action, as it was first unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March. For those who are seeing this for the first time, it's powered by a Maserati-sourced 4.7L V8 that generates an impressive 470 HP and 457 lb-ft of torque. Another cool feature is its wheel configuration, which consists of four wheels connected with short axles to allow riders to lean through corners. No word yet on pricing or availability, but expect it to be in supercar territory. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a fascinating lycopodium powder on water experiment.
Madrid-based Pan Speed Shop may be a new company, but their first project, the Pan Meka Motorcycle, is definitely no slouch. Looking like a vehicle straight from a science fiction film, and based on the BMW K1200S, this custom bike ditches the original's plastic body, in favor of a steel plate frame, complete with custom-designed exhaust. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Based on the Lazareth Wazuma R1, powered by a 200-horsepower Yamaha R1 1000cc engine, the Triazuma Snow replaces the two spaced front wheels and two attached/closed wheels at the rear with two ski-like rails up front, while tank tracks in the back ensure maximum traction. Best of all, current owners of the R1 can convert their vehicles in just a couple hours. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of an interesting turbo pencil sharpener life hack.
Inspired by the Lamborghini Gallardo's smooth lines, the TT New Generation Chopper just might be the sleekest-looking motorbike yet. Though technical specifications have not yet been released, just one look at this machine lets you know that it means business. Featuring an elongated frame, as well as a stretched fork that gives it the low rider-like appearance of custom choppers. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Modeled after the world's fastest bird, the peregrine falcon, the BMW Typhoon aims to be the coolest-looking motorbike if nothine else. Its powerful turbocharged engine visible through the carbon fiber chassis, while the front end is clad in birdlike fairings to make the bike more aerodynamic. Continue reading for more pictures.
When TRON Lightcycle meets BMW motorcycle, you get the i Motorrad Beta|R by Sebastian Martinez. In addition to a hubless wheel, it features a hollow chassis design, along with a magnetic suspension that will supposedly give riders the smoothest driving experience possible. Continue reading for more pictures.