If you’re keen on picking up a new bike, you’ll find that there are plenty of pretty affordable options out there. But, if you’re looking to really splash out, and have a few hundred thousand burning a hole in your pocket, there are also options that are nothing short of exorbitant.
We’re not suggesting that these bikes are worth the cost, but we are still pretty fascinated that a bike could even reasonably be sold at these prices. Check out a list of the most expensive bikes available for purchase. Though most on the list are limited editions, or collector’s items.
MV Agusta F4CC
Starting off on the lower end, at least as far as this list is concerned, we have the 190 horse power Agusta F4CC. It certainly is beautiful to look at, and sports an insane 1078cc engine. Needless to say, each of the 100 available are hand crafted to perfection.
If you want one, you’ll have to be ready to fork out a rather insane $120,000. But as we just said, this is in the affordable range as far as outlandish prices are concerned.
NCR Leggera 1200 Titanium Special
Interestingly enough, one of the biggest contributing factors to the NCR Leggera Titanium Special is right in the name. Namely; the lightweight titanium body. This factor is makes the machine remarkably agile and manoeuvrable, making it a blast to ride in just about any conditions.
Be sure to have $148,000 on hand if you want to pick one up.
After an adrenalin fuelled ride, you may just want to check out a few online bingo sites to get your heart back to normal.
Ducati Testa Stretta NCR Macchia Nera
Now into the true luxury range, we have the incredible Ducati Testa Stretta. What you might notice getting into the most expensive on this list is that the bikes in question aren’t really that powerful or remarkable. This 185 horse power Ducati isn’t a match for cheaper bikes, but does look absolutely stunning to the eye.
Or to put it another way, $225,000 will get you a Ducati for your garage.
Harley Davidson Cosmic Starship
How could this Harley possibly cost $1.5 million? Well, it has to do with the fact that famed artist Jack Armstrong painted it. Funny enough you might also suggest that the paint job is the worst part, and rather unappealing to look at.
Either way, this is a collector’s item that is hotly sought after, and it may be better to keep in the garage than take on dusty trails or off-road adventures.
Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter
This monstrosity appears to be something stolen from a post-apocalyptic film. Created by luxury department store chain Neiman Marcus, the bike was intended for auction, and had a starting price of just $111,000. However, after a bidding war went extreme the bike eventually sold for a ridiculous $11 million.
Whatever your thoughts on the Limited Edition Fighter, you can’t deny that it is incredibly intricate in design, and really is sure to turn a few heads. It isn’t built for speed, but boy does it look downright cool.
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