Custom Built Batpod Replica for Sale on eBay

All you Batman fanboys out there, better get your tissues, so you don’t drool on your keyboards, because this Batpod replica is a treat.

We’ve seen cool Tumbler replicas before, but this is the first functional Batpod I’ve seen, so far. And the best thing about this thing is that it’s for sale. Sure, we can’t all just whip out $100,000 to buy it, but at least we can dream.

The 1:1 replica Batpod took several months to complete, including 2 months of research and over 1,000 hours of intense labor. Its frame and tubing are made of hardened steel, the covers and arm guards are high tensile strength fiberglass. The engine is a whopping 650cc, which features nitrous injection boost and water cooling.

In case you’re wondering this custom made Batpod can be ridden, and although it’s not street legal, it has been tested in a controlled environment. According to the seller, it can be made street legal, at the buyer’s request. Still I wouldn’t recommend taking this thing for a ride on the highway, if you value your life.

The auction for the Batpod replica is ongoing on eBay, so you still have a chance of snatching it, for $100,000.


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  • Dooh Posted on May 22, 2010

    Yeah…. 2 months of “research” and I can already spot differences between the replica and the poorly-photographed image of the movie Bat-Pod used in the article.
    Gud Jorb, there, Mr. genius craftsman replica-maker.

    Drive it? Ahahahaha- NO. Looks to have been crafted with as much care and detail as Uncle Jessie's whiskey-still out in back of the shed, and probably disintegrate into a hurtling pile of fiery scrap at any speed above 40 MPH. ENJOY!

  • Adam. Posted on May 23, 2010

    The two months of research would have been mainly put into how to make it fully functional, controllable and above all not to mention the parts you would need and the materials you would need for it (the most important thing, you dont want to start building something before you are sure it will turn out well and work lol) I would like to see you make this :)
    So anyway, i think this is really cool, and you are probably a fan that has no idea of mechanics.

  • Adam. Posted on May 23, 2010

    The two months of research would have been mainly put into how to make it fully functional, controllable and above all not to mention the parts you would need and the materials you would need for it (the most important thing, you dont want to start building something before you are sure it will turn out well and work lol) I would like to see you make this :)
    So anyway, i think this is really cool, and you are probably a fan that has no idea of mechanics.

  • Ha? Posted on November 30, 2010

    Doesn’t look like the one on screen shot, ballance is lost, the tubing is way off, for that ammount i can order one custom made for me, or buy something like vyrus, or bimota

  • Arjun Hunurkar Posted on April 27, 2011

    hey guyz, i m interested in buying these bike batpod, where do i buy? on ebay it has been removed. send me details to my email:
    arjunhunurkar@yahoo.com

    Thanks
    Arjun Hunurkar