A motorbike has a fundamentally masculine quality to it. The beast below never appears, even when a lady is on the bike. You desire a motorcycle if you don’t already have one. You need more if you already own a motorcycle. No amount of accidents, children, or terrifying tales will make men change their minds about their love of an engine mounted on two wheels. These bikes not only put the wind in your hair and a hottie in your lap, but they’re also a direct conduit to testosterone and adrenaline.
10 Motorcycles To Make You A Real Man
1. T5 Blackie By Zero Engineering
The old and the new coexist. East and West are in opposition. Asia and America collide. No, we’re not discussing the new movie starring Jackie Chan and an unknown celebrity. We’re referring to Zero Engineering, a Japanese business transforming Harleys into “Samurai Choppers.” The Blackie is what you get when you take away all the frills, black everything out, and add taller bars. And if it appears familiar to you, Tony Stark used its sibling (the T6) as his chariot in the last Iron Man movie.
2. Magpul Ronin
Because you’ve probably never heard of Magpul, that’s right, the same manufacturer that produced a folding machine gun also produced this bizarre-looking motorcycle. Does it resemble a machine from the distant future sent to kill your unborn children? It does. We only need to know where we sign and whether the folding gun is included or must be purchased separately.
3. Robb Handmade Cycles Harley
There are only two kinds of custom motorcycle shops in the world: those that modify Harleys correctly and those that don’t. What results from the union of a 67 Harley Davidson engine, Ducati suspension, and carbon fiber? In motorbike form, perfection. Aussie craftsman Dylan Robb constructed this bike in his workshop over eight months without equipment. It’s more remarkable, in our opinion, than making a suit of armor out of pieces in a cave, and not only because it’s true.
4. MV Agusta F4CC
For more than 20 years, MV Agusta has dominated the World Championships. Owning one of their bikes is justified because they are the equivalent of a Ferrari for motorcycles, but this bike is unique. The head of MV Agusta, Claudio Castiglioni, utilized every tool to turn his ideal bike into reality. No one will be concerned about your misuse of business resources when you individually construct each component and travel at 195 mph.
5. Customs Rambler By Cook
Even if you are completely ignorant of the motorcycle industry, you know what Sturgis is and that it is a significant event (at least American Chopper accomplished something right). It takes a lot of work to win the AMD World Championship, especially for an American, but the Rambler from Cook Customs managed it. Cook’s ridiculously superior design skills are combined with components from International and BMW. Wisconsin is no longer solely known for its cheese.
6. Verti GO
Gasoline? There is no need for gasoline with the Verti GO. This is the first electric vehicle—aside from the Tesla Roadster—that we can state with certainty that we would joyfully give our entire existence to buy. Although the torque produced by an electric motor may only rob us of those emotions, we will miss the smell of gasoline and the sound of a throaty engine.
7. Metalback Jordan Meadows
Environmentalists should have a macho alternative to their Prius because they are also people. The Jordan Meadows Metalback is the ideal “alternative” car if you can’t stand the lack of gas and the sound of an engine (and can tolerate the persistent smell of invisible french fries). Just because you embrace trees doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to commute between demonstrations in a two-wheeled vehicle.
8. Falcon Kestrel
Falcon is a company that transforms ugly junk into beautiful things. They were successful, unlike your last unsuccessful relationship. Again. They chose sustainability over alternative energy because they want to be ecologically conscientious but don’t want people to question their manliness. The result speaks for itself when you start with a wrecked 1970 Triumph Bonneville and a lot of blood, sweat, and tears.
9. 2012 IZH Hybrid
Igor Chak’s IZH 2012 Hybrid is your best bet if you’re looking for freedom on two wheels. It has crumple zones and dual airbags to lessen the impact of an inevitable collision. Additionally, the front camera overlays information with GPS for augmented reality navigation, and the wiring is completely integrated into the frame. It reminds me of riding a game console. Did we not mention that IZH is well-known for producing the AK-47?
10. Gustav Skippone
Motorcycle from World War Two meets bizarre steampunk retro-future. Recipe for failure or achievement? If Yuri Shif, a Belarusian, is behind it, it’s a recipe for unadulterated perfection. Typically, we wouldn’t favor anything “cream,” but the bike can sway even a man’s mind with the right combination of gasoline, metal, and rubber, the bike can sway even a man’s mind.