Here's Your Chance to Buy a Real 'Tron' Light Cycle

The Tron LIght Cycle made its debut on the big screen back in 1982 and became one of the most famous motorcycles to ever appear in a movie. The 2010 sequel featured the bike once again and that inspired a team of engineers to build this fully functioning version. It looks just like the bike in the movies with ridiculously wide tires and those eerie blue lights, but underneath it's definitely part of this world. There's a 96 volt direct drive electric motor with lithium batteries and computer-controlled throttle, rebound and compression damping with spring-preload front suspension and rigid rear suspension, and front and rear hydraulic brakes. RELATED: Watch a Tesla Glow Like a Tron Light Cycle It was built for the Andrews Collection to recreate the bike that was seen in the 2010 film Tron: Legacy and can be ridden, with a super low 28.5" seat that helps make it easy to ride even at slow speeds. In its black and white guise some might mistake it for just a futuristic concept, but the minute those lights turn blue it is clearly a Light Cycle. It's been ridden around the Andrews facility, but that's all so it's in fantastic condition. The bike will be going up for auction on Saturday, May 2nd through RM Auctions with no reserve and an expected sale price between $25,000 and $40,000. RELATED: See Peter Fonda's Easy Rider Bike ____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide