One lucky hardcore Tron fan will soon hit the road on a zero-emissions Light Cycle. How? Through Parker Brothers Choppers, which just unveiled a working electric version that will be given away by the end of 2011.

Last year, Parker Brothers Choppers showed off its gas-powered Tron Light Cycle replica, but for 2011, it's the electric Tron that's all the rage. Parker Brothers says the battery-powered bike can hit a top speed of 100 miles per hour and claims that a 35-minute charge provides the two-wheeler with enough juice for 100 miles of electric riding joy.

This electric Tron replica, like its predecessor, features 22-inch dual hubless wheels with custom tires, a steel frame and a fiberglass body. The original gas-powered Light Cycle sells for $55,000. Pricing for the electrified Tron has not been released.

Parker Brothers Choppers' electric two-wheeler giveaway requires entrants to submit a video telling the company why you deserve the Light Cycle. Click here for giveaway details and, if you need inspiration, hit the jump to check out the one-of-a-kind electric Light Cycle in action.


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      LL
      • 3 Years Ago
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      texasd1044
      • 3 Years Ago
      WOW ???? The guy looks like he is riding a giant dog turd. To bad he isn't oriented feet first with some sort of (ape hanger) steering mechanism. Other totally cool ride.
      harleydan1988
      • 3 Years Ago
      Its ugly but need a nut buster ridin machine to keep the yuppie want a be's off of Harleys
      Ghetto Cat
      • 3 Years Ago
      I deserve this because I had to sit through the remake of 'TRON'!
      • 3 Years Ago
      Somehow this article seems to have attracted a bunch of mongoloid harley die-hards. Yeah the bike is impractical. Isn't that kind of the point? They're building the bike from TRON.
      cmcclarty
      • 3 Years Ago
      Another toy for a rich greenie wonder if Al Gore got one yet. What a joke.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Nice looking but not that practical, we are working on plans to build on that runs on I know how it sounds but water. Looking at the different drivetrains and I like the open hubs not sold on the long term performance though if they will work on a bike that does not need gas, oil, anything ever. We are adapting someone else's research to do this, starting with a Motorcycle then going to build cars, trucks, work on generators, self sustaining houses, business. That generate their own power are able to sell or supply the excess back to the power companies for a profit of Millions a year to the owners. At least the long term goals to produce more energy then it can use force the electric companies, gas, others to have to buy the excess the days of fossil fuel living off from oil, oil company hostages are rapidly coming to an end.
      trollinabucket
      • 3 Years Ago
      that Ain't no F***n bike thats a piece of crap they can wrap your body in to bury when it goes down at 30 mph...Get a Harley..get some thump!!!
      Brenda
      • 3 Years Ago
      Weird cycle...
      • 3 Years Ago
      Bet the mayor of Myrtle Beach would say this bike is in compliance with the "noise ordinance law?"
      slp19991
      • 3 Years Ago
      What a ride!!!!
      KK
      • 3 Years Ago
      Looks sort of cool.....but not too comfortable.
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