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Street Legal Tron Legacy Light Cycle Custom Motorcycle

December 1, 2010 | In: DIY Gadgets, Vehicles

Don’t care about those Tron Legacy Light Cycle remote control toys. Now you can get your own real street legal Light Cycle custom motorcycle.

Street Legal Tron Legacy Light Cycle Custom Motorcycle

Dream Machines, a Florida reality bike shop recently released yen street-legal custom motorcycles inspired by the iconic Light Cycle in upcoming sci-fi movie Tron Legacy. Each custom motorcycle comes with a steel frame, fiberglass bodywork and a V-twin engine from Suzuki TLR1000. And its stopping power comes from a custom friction drum that simultaneously make the motorcycle faithful to the original Light Cycle designed by Daniel Simon. And Dream Machines unbelievably lets you choose an actual gauges or iPad dock in order to show you the motorcycle’s statistics. After the break, check out the video about the real Light Cycle.

Street Legal Tron Legacy Light Cycle Custom Motorcycle

At present, there are four available Light Cycle in Dream Machines. Each motorcycle is priced at $55,000 USD. If you want one, you’d better speed up your decision.

By the way, if you’re interested in custom motorcycle, you might like to check another custom built Light Cycle and Batman Batpod motorcycle.

Street Legal Tron Legacy Light Cycle Custom Motorcycle
Street Legal Tron Legacy Light Cycle Custom Motorcycle

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  • Gwenda Dorothy

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    • Daniel

      This kind of custom Light Cycle is available at hammacher.com at present (searching Light Cycle), but we aren’t sure it’s the same one as the above.

  • Mohamed Nedal

    Great ! …. but, how it can turn ( moving ) right or left ?

    • Daniel

      Sure, from the video, it’s not very easy to make the monster turn right or left.

      • Mohamed Nedal

        ya I have searched for this problem and I found that its similar to the moving of motorcycles .

        But there is problem, how the wheels can moving without a center ? ……… I mean that every wheel has a center to fix it through its moving …

        • Daniel

          Maybe the pivot has been hidden in some shell. It just seems the rider was stretched by the a bit long distance between the seat and the handles. Not very comfortable.

    • http://ascas.weebly.com Angelo

      Balancing this thing would be a pain in the neck :///

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