We regularly see the heroes from the universe of Marvel and DC riding a broad variety of cool motorcycles in the movies
If you are a superhero comic fan, you have perhaps watched all the films from the Marvel and DC world. In the flicks, most of the heroes travel to places with the help of their powers. For example, Superman can fly, whereas Spiderman relies on his web-shooters and sways from building-to-building. However, some heroes are caught driving or riding human-made transport systems. In this column, we will discuss the motorcycles used by the DC and Marvel superheroes.
Played by Hugh Jackman, Wolverine, also known as Logan, was observed riding a Harley Davidson DuoGlide FLH in the film X-Men: Origins. Apart from this cinema, Wolverine was also caught riding a Harley-Davidson VRSCA V-Rod, which belonged to Cyclops (Scott Summers) in X-Men: The Last Stand.
Natasha Romanoff, who is also recognized as the Black Widow, was spotted riding a motorcycle in the movie Avengers: Age of Ultron. During the battle of Seoul in the picture, a motorcycle is deployed from the Quinjet to chase the lorry of Ultron. Upon focusing, it was noticed that the motorcycle was the electric offering LiveWire from Harley Davidson.
In the Marvel universe, Steve Rogers, who is acknowledged as Captain America, has ridden three different motorcycles in three different movies. In the original movie Captain America: The First Avenger, he was designated a Harley Davidson WLA Liberator. The second film The Avengers showed him flaunting a Harley Davidson Softail Slim. Finally, in the third movie Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Steve Rogers chose a Harley Davidson Street 750.
In the Batman movie, Bruce Wayne dresses up as Batman to oppose crime in his city. As Batman, he uses a custom-made motorcycle known as the Batpod. In presence of the public during day time, Bruce Wayne was found riding an MV Augusta F4 in the movie The Dark Knight. In the 2012 sequel The Dark Knight Rises, we also saw Catwoman using the Batpod.
In the original part of the Ghost Rider, Johnny Blaze A.K.A Ghost Rider used a custom HD Panhead chopper. In the 2011 sequel Ghost Rider: Spirit of the Vengeance, the Ghost Rider was discovered riding a Yamaha V-Max throughout the movie.
There you have it, folks! Superheroes and their cool motorcycles.