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What Batman Would Ride, Were He A Skater

I’d imagine this is the sort of thing the Dark Knight would use as a last resort. If the Batmobile, Batwing and even Batpod were all out of commission, he’d still be able to run down baddies at 20 MPH using this gas-powered motorboard.

Own A Batpod From The Dark Knight For A Mere $US100,000

Want to own the Batpod, Batman’s motorcycle from The Dark Knight? Well, this one-of-a-kind working 1:1 replica of it could be yours for a mere $US100,000 or best offer. Warning: you will definitely kill yourself trying to ride it.

DIY Batman Tumbler Is Nearly Perfect, Built With One Man's Bare Hands

Bob Dullam is a man possessed–by a lot of things, surely, but mainly by the drive to build this absolutely amazing working replica of Batman’s current-gen Batmobile, the Tumbler. Our buddies over at Jalopnik have spotted it, and It’s got it all–the afterburner, the huge honking double-barrel wheels, the stealth-toothiness on all of the edges–immaculate. Dullam threw it all together with nothing more than commonly available photos and the movies themselves, all custom welded, in his own garage by himself. And if you’re assuming he’s got a pretty impressive Batsuit to go with it, you’re right.

Batpod Makes Its Way to the British Formula One Grand Prix

One of the coolest things about the Batpod from the upcoming Dark Knight movie is the fact that it actually works. Previously seen being straddled by Meredith Viera on The Today Show, the decked out motorcycle burned rubber at the slightly more dignified British Formula One Grand Prix this weekend. Who else would give anything to be Jean-Pierre Goy, Christian Bale’s stuntman, right now? [Gizmag]

Batman's Batpod Captured on Video

newVideoPlayer("Batpod_gawker.flv", 475, 376); Although not quite as sexy as watching Meredith Viera ride the Batpod, this spycam video of Batman’s motorcycle on set gives you a good idea of how it’ll look in the movie. [29motoguide via Jalopnik]

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