2016 PBC Neutron, a Street Legal Electric Tron Bike

2016 PBC Neutron, a Street Legal Electric Tron Bike

Anyone who has seen the TRON movie of 2010 most likely remembers the epic motorcycles. Those fast crotch-rockets that sprouted laser walls wherever they passed. While TRON takes place in a distant future, you can now live the future thanks to the work of Parker Brother Concepts.

They built these motorcycles as a way to imagine the future of motorcycle design. Inspiration was clearly drawn from the TRON movie, and the motorcycle looks like it came straight out of a sci-fi movie. In order to built such a bizarre vehicle, they had to use very different materials. The body is made out of fiberglass and is smoothly worked to accentuate the futuristic look of the bike. Wheels are made out of stainless steel and the frame is built out of lightweight aluminum. 

parkers brothers concepts neutron bike

To go with the futuristic look of the bike, Parker brothers decided to use a 60 hp electric motor. According to them, a gasoline engine noise would simply not fit the futuristic look of the bike. The steel wheels are hubless and measure at 24" x 12", which is probably the widest motorcycle wheel out there. Despite looking like one stiff body, the motorcycle can gently turn in front and combine it with some curve leaning, you got a machine that can ride and steal the crowd anywhere it goes.

parkers brothers concepts neutron bike

If you are in the market for a vehicle that looks like nothing else in the world, make sure to grab this 2016 PBC Neutron example. It is going to be sold at a RM Sotheby's auction in Santa Monica. Expect to pay between $60k to $70k for this unique futuristic motorcycle.

parkers brothers concepts neutron bike

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