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The future of motorcycles could look like this Yu-Gi-Oh Duel Runner bike

February 25, 2015

Back in 2002 when I first got my Kawasaki Vulcan motorcycle, I couldn't wait to get that sucker on the road and see what it could do. Alas my somewhat younger and more dumber days are gone, but my love for motorcycling has never been stronger. After seeing Yusei Go on his Duel Runner bike, I wondered if this could be the Japanese's vision of what a motorbike could look like in the future.

Sure we go to the movies or watch our favorite anime episodes and see the kind of technology that doesn't exactly grow on trees, but then again the movie Back to the Future 2 was kind of showcasing what 2015 might be like when it comes to flying cars. Well here we are in 2015 and I don't see anything of the sort, but human kind still presses on with new ideas.

The Duel Runner was introduced by the KaibaCorp in the YuGiOh 5Ds storyline and came with duel discs which are used for turbo duels, and also came equipped with a screen that displayed the duel field and/or "Life Points" as it is also called. During a Turbo Duel, the Runner can max out at speeds of up to 220 Kilometers per hour, (or 136.62 miles), which is pretty fast for its design.

It also comes equipped with a helmet visor which gives the user the ability to see the status of a monster. The runner could be a signal for how bikes in the future are made, as the Japanese are certainly one to envision such a model.

This is something of spinoff of another type of bike you may know if you love the world of anime movies and episodes. Akira also took to heart a similar design, which is already something of a reality with at least a few riders.

Who could resist Kaneda and his moto in Akira with its awesome design and looks. It takes a lot of love to produce something like this, and I personally wouldn't mind having one sitting in my garage. This is why I love Japan......and the food of course.

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