Motorbikes are so popular and so awesome that they have made their way into the world of comics, so much so that some villains and superheroes have their very own bikes. Take the Bat-bike for example, as famous as Batman himself, this sexy black piece of tech has fans coveting it, for an eternity now.
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Bikes are badass and hardcore. Perfect to add some drama to a comic plot, won’t you say?
Motorbikes are so popular and so awesome that they have made their way into the world of comics, so
much so that some villains and superheroes have their very own bikes. Take the Bat-bike for example, as
famous as Batman himself, this sexy black piece of tech has fans coveting it, for an eternity now.
Another reason why bikes are becoming more prominent in the world of comics is because they really
help build the personality of the protagonist.
Wolverine is one of the most famous comic characters known to us and we would all be thoroughly
disappointed if we ever see him riding anything other than a badass Harley. A sports bike just wouldn’t
make the cut when it comes to him. This alone tells so much about his personality and how he likes to
carry himself. It’s hard to imagine any other accessory being able to do so much for a character.
One of the most iconic motorcycle in the world of comics belongs to the Ghost Rider and with good
reason. Revolving around the oldest plotline of all, the battle of good against evil, the story shows the
hero’s struggle with his past. The comic book does justice to the bike by making it look very intimidating
with the detailed metal engraving and skull accessories adorning the bikes. No wonder it’s been an
inspiration for bikers who want to get their bikes modified.
Not far behind in the list is Sons of Anarchy. Following closely on the actions of a close-knit outlaw group
in a fictional town in California's Central Valley. The star of the show Jackson Teller, who is also the vice-
president of the club begins to question the purpose of the group and his place among the gang. The
main themes in this story are brotherhood, loyalty and redemption. Just the thing you would want to
read with your gang.
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Very clever with their marketing techniques, BMW decided to launch their new bike, BMW G310R,
through a comic called Riders in the Storm. Leaked images of this comic took the internet by storm.The
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story revolves around a young police officer and her companions who fight crime and perform awesome
stunts! If you like a good story, or like comics, or bikes, you sure as hell will pick up a copy.
But it’s not only comics that have let bikes into their world. The craze for comic characters have many
bike companies customizing their bikes in the likeness of the beauties that are so admire deven if they
are relegated to pages of comics. Harley-Davidson recently launched a superhero adaption of some of
its bikes. Marvel characters like Captain America, Black Widow, Black Panther, Iron Man etc. all got their
own Harley adaptation.
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