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Real Life Tron replica Light Cycle costs $55,000

By Adrian Prisca


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Florida bike shop Parker Brothers Choppers has released 10 custom-built Tron Light Cycle replicas that look just like the virtual motorbikes from the arena in the Encom mainframe. The bikes were developed to celebrate the forthcoming release of Tron: Legacy and the company states that they’re fully road-legal.

The real life  Light Cycle bike are made of a steel frame with a fiberglass bodywork and their “heart” is a Suzuki TLR1000 V-twin engine. The bikes will cost $55,000 each, but from this limited edition of just 10 units, 6 of them have been already sold.

With the Tron Light Cycle replica bike customers will also get a choice between physical gauges or an iPad dock to display their statistics on the tablet’s touchscreen.


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