Jay Leno’s Garage chats with Ronin Motorworks about the Ronin 47, the shop’s limited edition take on the Buell 1125 sportbike. Its front-mounted radiator is… unique, but that’s part of its appeal. Test ride at 13:05.
Jay Leno shows off his unrestored 1936 Harley-Davidson EL “Knucklehead”. It was practically a concept motorcycle, but it’s still mechanical enough that he made it work after about 30 years of neglect with just a bit of cleaning.
Jay Leno’s Garage takes a look at Fab Fours’ eye-popping showcar. It’s a Jeep Wrangler that’s been chopped by 4″, has huge fenders and 50″ tractor tires on 24″ wheels. You can check out its uglier but more practical version here.
With the model’s upcoming 60th anniversary, Jay Leno thought it fit to feature his 1971 Citröen DS on his show. Leno calls it the most unusual and innovative car ever made, mainly because of its hydropneumatic suspension.
Harley-Davidson’s marketing overlord plays an exasperating game of Q&A dodgeball with a very patient Jay Leno. Fortunately at 12:55 Leno gets the proof-of-concept electric motorcycle all to himself on the road.
Jay Leno talks about the PS3 exclusive Gran Turismo 6 on his car show. He shows off his souped up ’66 Oldsmobile Toronado, which is actually in the game, along with Mercedes-Benz AMG’s insane Vision Gran Turismo RC car.
Dave Ragan and Hobart Lundt of Warner Bros. dropped by Jay Leno’s Garage to showcase one of the Batmobiles made for Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. They even let Leno drive it. It looks way better than it sounds though.