Tron Style Motorcycle A Real Thing

tron bike

 

This Tron style motorcycle is hot. Why did I have to find this ? Why is the me of 2071 so desperate to have this ?  This isn’t CGI it’s oh so real.   Here ‘s a YouTube video of the bad boy in action below.

According to a website  I spend way too much time on ….

 This TRON style motorcycle is a fully functional and street legal bike that is powered by a Suzuki 996cc engine. While riding on the TRON motorcycle you lay in a flat position akin to the TRON movie. For only $55,000.00 you can tear up the streets TRON Style.

If you have a hard on for bikes here are the specs:

  • Suzuki 996cc, 4 stroke engine
  • Electroluminescent strips built into the tire cowlings
  • Electroluminescent strips built into the wheel rims
  • Electroluminescent strips built into the body to illuminate the cycle
  • 6-speed constant mesh manual transmission
  • Spring-loaded front and rigid rear suspension
  • 3 1/2-gallon main fuel tank and 1 1/4-gallon reserve tank
  • 8 1/2′ L x 23 1/4″ W x 28 1/2″ H. (474 lbs.)

This is the illuminated, street-legal motorcycle inspired by the computer animated cycle from the 2010 film Tron: Legacy. Designed for casual cruising and slow ride-bys at shows, it is made from a steel frame covered by a fiberglass cowling that replicates the sleek look of its computer-generated imagery counterpart.

Electroluminescent strips built into the tire cowlings, wheel rims, and body illuminate the cycle. It is powered by a fuel-injected Suzuki 996cc, 4-stroke engine. Riders lay at a near-horizontal position astride the padded leather seat, with feet on foot pegs that control its 6-speed constant mesh manual transmission and hands on the handlebars for throttle and braking.

The hubless wheels are former truck tires built up then custom-shaped to fit onto one of two counter-rotating rims spinning within each other, providing the broad-tired authenticity of the computer cycles from the movie. A chain-driven friction drum manages acceleration and braking from the handlebars. It has spring-loaded front and rigid rear suspension.

Its wet sump lubrication system eliminates tubes and hoses for oil pick-up, facilitating its streamlined, minimalist design. It uses a 3 1/2-gallon main fuel tank and 1 1/4-gallon reserve tank. All cycles are built to order. 8 1/2′ L x 23 1/4″ W x 28 1/2″ H. (474 lbs.)

Well alrighty then…who is going to buy one that I can drive occasionally until the me of 2071  can afford one?

Author Issen Alibris

Digital marketing strategist, blogger and Black business owner based in Los Angeles, CA. I like startups, traveling, being a foodie, tech gadgets, fashion and HBO.

More posts by Issen Alibris

Leave a Reply