Electric Tron light cycle replica hits the streets, and it could be yours
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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