3 Aug
Hayes Diversified Technologies' M1030-M2 LE 670 motorcycle

There are some bikes you want for speed and performance, some for style and looks, and some for outrunning hordes of virus-infected zombies when The Event finally occurs. The streets will be packed and strewn with debris, and the only way out of a hellish dystopia like a post-apocalyptic Los Angeles will be with something like Hayes Diversified Technologies’ M1030-M2 LE 670 above — the civilian version of the military grade HDT M1030 motorcycle. As the most highly regarded military motorcycle in the West, you simply cannot buy a more durable and versatile bike. Just how tough and versatile is it? The M1030-M2 LE 670 motorcycle can run on seven different fuels including diesel, biodiesel, JP8 aviation kerosene and other military fuel variants — its proprietary technology developed specifically for the US Marine Corps for superior power delivery. How handy will that be when the only options for fuel left are Road Warrior-like pods of ad hoc villages and I Am Legend petroleum easter-egg hunts. The engine is HDT’s own 670cc indirect injection liquid-cooled 4-stroke, with a 95 mph top speed and 0-to-30 acceleration of about 3.3 seconds. But for military (and anti-zombie) purposes, speed isn’t as important as range and durability, and the HDT M1030-M2 LE 670 has both — it can travel 408 miles at 55 mph (653 km at 90 kph) on one tank of fuel, and if you happen to run into a river whilst escaping New York you’re still in luck, as it can traverse water up to two feet deep. It’s also highly dustproof, and comes with an optional infrared driving light just in case you want ride around and not be seen. You even have three color options: Desert Tan, Military Green and Black (Special Color upon request). The HDT M1030 is not available for purchase yet, but you can place yourself on the wait list to purchase this bike for $18,500 when it comes out here.

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9 Responses to “The Ultimate Motorcycle for Outrunning Impending Zombie Hordes”

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    Very cool. FYI: the hdtusa.com link is a 404.

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  8. David Berger says:

    Wow, the speed is fine for a dirt bike. 670cc indirect injection liquid-cooled 4-stroke, with a 95 mph top speed and 0-to-30 acceleration of about 3.3 seconds.. rock’s for me. the versatile use of fuel is assume. $18,500 is way too steep though.

  9. Jay says:

    Believe it when I see it…..they have been advertising this since 2006

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