Just when you thought you couldn’t get motorcycles into every part of your life, along comes the motorcycle urinal.
It seems people with a good sense of humour or a passion of motorcycles that borders on the ridiculous have been converting toilets, or at least urinals, into motorcycle facilities for some time.
They would make a great inclusion in a biker bar or a great Christmas gift for the rider who has everything.
Usually, it just takes the addition of a set of handlebars, but some actually include the flush operation via a brake lever.
If you know of any, please send us photographs.
Meanwhile, inventor Anthony J. Moley has taken the motorcycle urinal to new hi-tech levels with his patented design (No. 13/785,144).
Incidentally, Anthony comes from Hollister, California, scene of the first motorcycle gang “riots” and the subject of the 1953 Marlin Brando movie, The Wild One. We can’t recall a motorcycle urinal in that movie. It certainly wasn’t as hi-tech as this.
His patent was filed in March last year with the US Patent and Trademark Office. It includes motion sensors on the wall-mounted fixture that detect a “rider” and activate engine noises to put you in the mood.
And when the ride is finished, you twist the throttle and the urinal flushes with more revving noises.