In need of a helping hand from the friendliest half-giant to reside at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry? Then Hagrid's motorcycle and sidecar is the mode of transportation you are most likely to see him arrive on. While typically unconventional, Hagrid often rode this enchanted flying vehicle which once belonged to Harry's godfather – Sirius Black. In the first instalment of the franchise, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Hagrid uses the motorcycle and sidecar to transport the infant Harry Potter to his new home of 4 Privet Drive, following the murder of his parents, Lily and James Potter at the hands of the vile Lord Voldemort. The enchanted bike makes a further appearance in the final instalment of the franchise, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, when Harry, along with six others disguised as the underaged wizard (having drunk appearance changing Polyjuice potion) is transported by Hagrid to the Burrow. The troupe of magical folk transporting the 7 different Harry's need to ensure they use modes of transport not detectable to the wizarding community – Hagrid's motorcycle perfectly fits the bill.