Description: NICOLAS CAGE “GHOST RIDER” HELL CYCLE. When stunt man Johnny Blaze becomes Ghost Rider, the Devil’s motorcycle-riding bounty hunter, his customized hard-tail chopper becomes the Hell Cycle—a fantasy-driven organic combination of metal and bone with two wheels and a very bad attitude. Measuring 11 feet long, standing 50 in. high, this incredibly impressive motorcycle was custom built in Australia from the ground up at a cost of $300,000. There is no front or rear suspension and the power plant is a KTM 525 single-cylinder four-stroke engine with very little sound suppression (it’s loud!) Although not street legal, the motorcycle is equipped with front and rear disc brakes for adequate stopping power. Around the frame and engine is beautifully sculpted fiberglass bodywork in fantastic organic vertebrae-inspired shapes and textures, painted bright silver with dark gray accents. The front looks like a demonic skull with the handlebars resembling protruding, gleaming horns. The long front forks have resin “chain-link” covers and the rear fender continues the motif as well as exposing protruding bony vertebrae. The bike has two independent electrical systems, one for the engine and the other for the “interactive fire” orange LEDs mounted on the perimeter of both wheels that were replaced with computer-generated fire in post-production. Motorcycle is operational. Sold on a bill of sale only and is located in Hollywood CA.