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Working Tron Lightcycle Can Now Be Yours, for a Price
Got an extra $55,000 laying around?
A real-life--and more importantly, street-legal--version of the iconic Lightcycle from the Tron movies can now be yours for a cool $55,000, thanks to a Florida-based motocycle shop. The challenging build was completed by Parker Brother Choppers, who based the design on the new lightcycle seen in the upcoming Tron sequel, Tron: Legacy.
Parker Brothers Choppers' Jeff Halverson detailed that the ambitious 474-pound bike packs in a Suzuki TLR1000 V-twin engine, and it's wrapped in a steel frame and finished in a fibreglass bodywork.
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