Films: I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle (1990)
Location: Civilized Area
Height/Weight: That of an average motorcycle.
Summary: Motorcycles. You either really like them or you really hate them. There's rarely an in-between. But one thing’s for certain. Even the most die-hard road hog fan would want nothing to do with this metal monster.
History: After some bikers killed a Satanist, his soul inherited one of their bikes, which was soon lost to them. Now, it's in the care of a random greaser who has no idea what kind of metal beast he just repaired. Soon, we got a bike that doesn't need a rider. Just an unquenchable appetite for blood.
Notable Kills: Any of them. It's a bike that can impale you, run you over, and rev its wheel on you. It's as absurd as it sounds.
Final Fate: Through a combination of a sun lamp, garlic smell, and crosses, the motorcycle is melted into slag. But then the greaser cuts himself and the blood lands on the bike's fuel tank…
Powers/Abilities: Can grow spikes, drive without needing anyone at the helm, and shoot crossbow darts.
Weakness: Hates holy objects, anything that smells like garlic, and bright lights.
Scariness Factor: 4-When you get past the absurdity of it all, this vampiric bike is a nightmare. It can outrun a car, it's constantly thinking of ways to get at your blood, and it just won't stop until you make sure that it's truly dead. If Dracula wanted a cycle, tell him we found it.
Trivia: -The vampire motorcycle was a modified 850cc Norton Commando.
-Rather amusingly, one of the motorcycle's sound effects got wiped by accident, so they had to record the sounds of a totally different bike to make up for it.