What beauties! Derringer Cycles, named after the pocket-size old pistol, is a cross between a 1920′s board track motorcycle and a bike. It can pedaled like a bike or ridden like a motorcycle, but gets up to 150 m.p.g! Created and designed by Adrian Van Anz, he said that its the missing link between his old Schwinn and his Ducati. It requires no motorcycle license or insurance, but unlike the scooter you are currently riding, comes with unlimited style points. These Derringer bikes are hand made with a huge choice of 250 colors, all with hand-riveted leather Brooks seat. They sell for $3500 and take a month to build.