Looking less like a motorcycle and more like a homemade miniature locomotive, the Lark Streamliner was handbuilt for one purpose: to set the land speed record for an electric motorcycle. Built by former BMX champ Shea Nyquistare, the Streamliner uses the majority of its parts from salvaged or recycled vehicles and weighs in at 1,700 pounds. Pretty much all frame, battery, motors, tires, and suspension, we can’t really see how the hell he rides this thing, and Nyquistare attests it takes tremendous skill to keep it upright and straight. There are no handlebars we can see, and the fact that it has hit 80 mph at a mere 10% of throttle means it may very well accomplish its goal. He’s still in the process of making it perfect and safe, and you can help him fund it.