One-of-a-kind 'Tron Legacy' motorcycle can be yours for just $75000

A perfect replica of the motorbike from the 2011 film Tron Legacy, powered by an electric motor, is being sold for $75,000 which includes matching leather racing suit and crash helmet.

If you're a biker who loves film, wants to stand out from the crowd, like the idea of exclusivity, want to combine head-turning looks and thrill seeking with environmental awareness, and you have a spare $75,000, then this is the motorbike for you.

This custom-built, life-size replica of the electric hubless-wheel motorcycle from sci-fi hit Tron Legacy, complete with integrated iPad and finished in black with orange luminescent strips is currently being sold by Miami, Florida-based Wheels 4 Mansions. The price tag also includes a bespoke crash helmet and leather suit and the company promises that the owner, upon taking delivery, will have to change their number as their phone will not stop ringing once they start riding it.

At 9 feet (2.74 meters) long, 47 inches (1.2 m) high and 24 inches (60 cm) wide, the bike will take some getting used to and even the most seasoned of riders may have to adjust their usual riding habits. Fortunately the bike also comes with a set of customized training wheels to make the transition as simple as possible and despite the near-horizontal position that a rider would need to adopt to steer it, due to the cowling over the tires, the bike isn't designed for high-speed cornering or laps of the Nürburgring but rather for boulevard cruising.

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