Now you have that chance, but first you’ll need some extra cash if you’d like to enter the auction.
According to the original source, the ride was made especially for the Andrews. The light cycle is powered by a 96 Volt direct-drive electric motor equipped also with lithium batteries and . The seat height is 28.5 inches, which makes this bike pretty easy to drive even at low speeds. The Tron light cycle has been ridden around the Andrews museum only a few times — making this piece of mobile art essentially brand new. Now the Tron bike is going up for auction at Sotheby’s on May 2nd. The estimated price of the Tron lightbike is between $25,000 and $40,000.
Other features that the Tron light cycle has are front and rear hydraulic brakes and computer-controlled throttle. The Tron bike is fully functional, and we hope it can grow to a mass production model or at least we all like to fantasize about that happening.