Motoped Survival Bike: Black Ops Edition

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Santa Cruz-based crew at Motoped knowns the zombies are coming, and have decided to help you prepare for the worst with their Motoped Survival Bike: Black Ops Edition.

That’s right, this bad boy was built for doomsday, and it means serious business. The motor kit is still the same as the original Motoped (a conversion kit that attaches a 50-190cc Honda motor to any mountain bike), but the accessories were designed for the undead. You can choose from a crossbow, saws, additional gas tank, an axe, survival shovels, a harpoon, hell, you can even get your 2-wheeler outfitted with a .50 caliber machine gun. Could you imagine the damage that thing would do? There are over a dozen different accessories to chose from, depending on your desire to be prepared. [Purchase]

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