This thing looks right out of a movie. Can't you just see it on the streets of some futuristic city? Prowling at night looking for bad guys? Heck, I could see batman himself cruising on this bad boy. Builder ianying616 doesn't give any description for it so we're free to make up our own, I'm pretty sure mine starts in a dark alley in Gotham...
I briefly entertained the notion of getting a Harley once (and may again someday, I've always loved them) and this was of course considered, the venerable Sportster. This version by builder Maxime Cheng hits all the right notes and captures this classic's essence perfectly. You can practically hear the engine roar.
Feast your eyes on this gorgeous beast. Builder bricksonwheels brings us another jaw dropping HOG that is a total showstopper. Purists might take issue with the over the top use of metallic plating, painted parts and a few non-LEGO elements but I for one do not care in the least, it's so beautiful the ends justify the means.
I don't know if there's such a thing as FutureElegant (did I just make that up?) but this gorgeous motorcycle from builder Vince_Toulouse looks both retro and futuristic, steampunk and modern. It's a hard to define blend of styles that work so well I'm just going to not try. I'll just enjoy it for what it is, lovely.
This trike by builder ianying616 instantly caught my eye. Black models are notoriously difficult to photograph, but this looks absolutely gorgeous. It's beautifully lit and shot (with a phone no less!) and the construction is top notch. I've never ridden a trike before, and most of the time I think they look a little silly, but not this one.
How far back do you think police motorcycles have been used? Would it surprise you to learn that Harley Davidson credits Detroit Michigan as the first purchaser of a police bike back in 1908? That's right, over 100 years ago! Of course those were significantly different than this Electra Glide brilliantly recreated by builder brickthebrick. Just look at all that custom chrome, shiny!