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Master craftsman Carlos Alberto wanted to design a Vespa for his daughter, which resulted in the stunning, yet fully-functional, motor scooter named after her (Vespa Daniella) boasting a sleek, wooden finish. Yes, "every part of the fully functional, hardwood scooter was hand-crafted by Alberto from the frame and handles to the solid wood seat." Continue reading for more pictures.

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At $23000, the Energica Ego may not be the cheapest motorcycle, but it's most certainly the first street-legal electric superbike. It weights in at 580-pounds and is powered by a synchronous electric motor with permanent magnets, oil cooling and 100Kw of power / 195Nm of torque that allows it to top out at 130 mph. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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So, you've got a cool motorcycle suit, now it's time to pick up an equally awesome helmet to go along with it, and these custom Spider-Man and Venom creations by DONY Custom most certainly fit the bill. Unfortunately, you'll have to shell out $430+ for one of these babies. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video on turning weapons into instruments.

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Designed by Russian company Nitrinos, this unique motorcycle helmet not only offers great protection for your head - handcrafted out of composite materials and carbon fiber - but it's inspired by the look of iconic creature from the Predator movie. It's available in various colors, designs, and the dreadlocks are removable to boot. Continue reading for a video, more pictures, and additional information.

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Yes, a "Dark as Night" Batman motorcycle helmet actually exists. It was created by the team at Helmet Dawg, based on the GMax GM48S Platinum Series, and according to HiConsumption, "the customization process was long and tedious, and took the team quite some time to get the ears and browline accents dialed in properly." Continue reading to see more strange and random things that actually exist.

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Safety definitely comes first when riding around on a motorcycle / scooter, but you can't deny that wearing this awesome Stormtrooper mask will definitely turn some heads on the road. We've rounded up some more fun and cool gadgets, products you might want, but probably don't need. Continue reading to see them all.

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Ride a motorcycle and love Star Wars? Then look no further than these awesome motorcycle suits. Designed by the team at UD Replicas, these suits were designed to turn you into real Stormtroopers from the Star Wars universe, or so we'd like to think. These officially licensed motorcycle suits are available in your choice of black or white, and are made from CE-approved body armor. Continue reading for a video.

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Parker Brothers Concepts, based in Melbourne, Florida, have unveiled NeuTron Bike, a futuristic, street-legal motorcycle that can reach speeds of up 100 mph. Plus, its 100% electric engine has an 80-mile range when fully charged. No word yet on pricing or availability. Continue reading for a video.

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Here's another look at the Dodge Tomahawk, which is powered by a 500hp 8.3L V10 SRT10 engine from the Dodge Viper. The vehicle has two front wheels and two rear wheels, making it a kind of motorized quadricycle rather than a typical motorcycle. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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The Exodus by Suprine looks to be something straight from an anime and / or Fast and Furious movie, complete with an unpainted metal frame. At $55,000, it's basically a 130-horsepower lay-back motorbike with a roll cage and a perspex windscreen. Continue reading for two videos, more pictures and information.

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