Gallery: Street-Legal Electric Tron Lightcycles for Sale on eBay!


Get your PayPal account ready, because the ultimate nerd accoutrement is for sale on eBay. Just in time for the release of Tron Legacy, it’s the Lightcycle! That’s right, the fortuitously named Parker Brothers Choppers in Melbourne, Fla., will build five working lightcycles in five different colors, with the option of a high-powered electric drivetrain. You can get yours for a mere $35,000.

Street-legal and built for everyday use, each of the collectors-edition bikes will consist of 22″ x 12″ dual hubless wheels with custom tires. A hardened steel frame supports a carbon fiber and fiberglass body. The colored LED light trail can be turned off and on with a switch. You’ll also get a Tron-style helmet, which the makers are careful to note is not DOT-approved.

Here’s the most exciting part: If you’re among the lucky five buyers, you can opt to power your bike with an electric motor. You’ll also get a YouTube link that allows you to follow the progress as your Lightcycle is built to spec. Now that’s futuristic!

+ Parker Brothers Choppers

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  1. Cordelia Mouzon March 14, 2011 at 4:54 pm

    very enjoyable read i have learnt a lot from this post

  2. Bryan Swayngham October 1, 2010 at 8:42 pm

    Just saw this relisted on ebay. Apparently, one of the 5 buyers couldn’t come up with the dough. Price is higher now, I guess for the extras the 1st guy added to it. Still want.

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  4. memomachine July 22, 2010 at 7:35 pm


    They messed up. The last photo is of the Batman motorcycle not Tron.

  5. hrp33 July 21, 2010 at 12:47 pm

    test comment

  6. jbjb July 21, 2010 at 11:43 am

    Just what I need to escape from Master Control!

  7. Jonatan July 7, 2010 at 4:48 am

    One of them MUST go to the Tron guy. Let’s gather up and buy it for him.

  8. trunksy July 7, 2010 at 4:04 am

    The first 5 pictures looks like they are the movie props and not the final product from Parker Brothers Choppers. The real chopper looks lame compared to the movie shots. Look at where his hands are in comparison to the movie prop shots. It\’s way too far from the wheel. The real chopper is going to be huge compared to the movie prop.

  9. davidwayneosedach July 1, 2010 at 3:49 pm

    I want one! I used to live in Melbourne, Florida. What a motorcycle. Make mine electric please!

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