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It’s the motorcycle we both need *and* deserve.
But this custom-built Batcycle, co-manufactured by Polish auto and bike maker Game Over Cycles, might make you feel a little better about the state of pseudo-fantasy vehicles.
Feast your eyes:
“Ben Affleck already called:”
The bike, which is more technically a trike, is nearly 15 feet long (roughly the size of a Toyota Corolla). Here’s a closer look at some of the detail work:
And here’s her highness in action:
Hanging out with a steampunk friend:
Getting a massage:
Posing for a closeup:
Cruising down the highway.
How much would you love to be behind the wheel of this thing? We imagine it’d be like riding a sweetly purring stegosaurus. Couldn’t you just see the Batbike facing off against Bumblebee? (This would probably be the only thing that could get us back in the theater for another Transformers movie, just saying.)
Sadly there’s no word on whether Hollywood has tagged these guys to work on the next summer blockbuster, but we hope that if that Batfleck comment was only a joke, Vin Diesel will at least sit up and take notice.
The Bat and the Furious. Make it happen, guys.
Photo via GameOverCycles/Facebook
Aja Romano is a geek culture reporter and fandom expert. Their reporting at the Daily Dot covered everything from Harry Potter and anime to Tumblr and Gamergate. Romano joined Vox as a staff reporter in 2016.