Top 10 most expensive motorbikes in the world

Motorcycle models are not only expensive beyond many people's imagination, but these motorcycle models are also very rare on the market.

1. Ducati Desmosedici D16RR NCR M16

Price: 235,000 USD Ducati constantly puts creativity and innovation into its bicycles. The Desmosedici, with 197 horsepower and an estimated weight of 400 pounds, boasts an impressive power-to-weight ratio of 2.0:1 pound per horsepower. Compared to the upcoming 5.3:1 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, the Desmosedici is a serious work of art. Some of the exotic touches include forged Marchesini wheels, carbon bodywork, racing shock absorbers, Brembo monoblock brake calipers and Magneti Marelli electronics. One push of a button and the V4 engine starts roaring. The unique engine sound comes mainly from the offset crank, optimized for improved cornering grip. Features such as left-foot shifting and using the engine as part of the structure help optimize weight and adjust cornering. Together with the highly adjustable front fork and rear shock, the Desmosedici RR has precise cornering.
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2. Legendary British Vintage Black

Price: 400,000 USD Legendary British Vintage Black is an advanced 'super motorbike' in terms of power and speed. Created from the dream of Philip Conrad Vincent in 1928, he bought the HRD company and established Vincent HRD. The car is famous for its unique Vincent cantilever suspension system. The Legendary British Vintage Black engine is coated with anti-corrosion primer and Pinchin & Johnson black enamel, creating a unique picture with shiny golden chrome. An elegant yet powerful motorcycle.
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3. Ecosse FE Ti XX - Titanium

Selling price: 300,000 USD Ecosse motorbike factory is famous for the most unique and expensive cars in the world. The $300,000 FE Ti XX - Titanium car line is a testament to luxury and class. The powerful 2.4 liter, 225 horsepower engine combined with an exposed carbon belt drive system, creates a powerful driving experience. Good Fabs' titanium and ceramic exhaust system not only increases power but also effectively resists fatigue. In addition, only 13 cars are released to the market every year, a symbol of uniqueness and nobility.
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4. Cosmic Starship Harley Davidson

Selling price: 1 million USD Harley-Davidson Cosmic Starship, also known as the million dollar Harley, is the work of artist Jack Armstrong. With a starting price of $15 million to $30 million, it could become the most expensive car in the world when someone buys it. First introduced in 2010, this car not only stands out with its artistic value but also with its powerful 1,250 cc engine. With a unique paint design, each viewing angle brings a new experience. The car is a symbol of uniqueness and luxury, and is a destination for expensive car enthusiasts.
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5. Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike

Price: 550,000 USD Dodge Tomahawk is not your average street motorcycle. Known as the fastest motorcycle in the world, the Tomahawk reaches a top speed of 420 miles per hour (676 km/h). First introduced at the 2003 North American International Auto Show, this motorbike quickly became a phenomenon with a price of 550,000 USD. Produced from 2003 to 2006, only 9 Tomahawks were sold through Neiman Marcus stores. With a 8.3-liter V10 engine, Tomahawk has incredible acceleration, from 0-100 km/h in just 2.6 seconds. With impressive design and amazing speed, this motorbike is the pride of speed enthusiasts.
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6. Hildebrand & Wolfmuller

Selling price: 3.5 million USD Hildebrand & Wolfmüller 1894 was the first motorcycle in the world with a gasoline engine and became a phenomenon. The design of Heinrich, Wilhelm Hildebrand, Alois Wolfmüller and Hans Geixenhof resulted in a unique twin-cylinder engine. Produced and sold in 1894, only about 2000 were built, creating an undeniable history in the world of motorcycling. Hildebrand & Wolfmüller's engine operates like a steam locomotive, with a unique and innovative structure. This motorcycle is not only a means of transportation but also a work of engineering art, retaining exceptional historical value. Priced at $3.5 million, this motorbike is not only a mobile museum but also a symbol of innovation and creativity.
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7. Yamaha Roadstar BMS Chopper

Selling price: 3 million USD The owner of Broward Motorsports, Herr Nehme, is the founder of BMS Choppers - a famous brand in the custom car building industry. Despite having famous partners like Flo Rida, Diddy and Ice T, the Yamaha BMS Chopper is still their best work of art. Nehmesis, the name of this chopper, is not only a means of transportation, but also a symbol of luxury and class. With a price of 3 million USD, the car is not only the pride of the owner but also a symbol of uniqueness and class.
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8. 1949 E90 AJS Porcupine

Price: $7 million In 1939, AMC's Donald Heather teamed up former Norton racing boss Joe Craig with draftsmen/detailers Vic Webb and former Vincent engineer Phil Irving in a drawing office. limit. The main task of that office, Irving says, “was mainly to design a race car called the E90S, the “S” standing for “Supercharged.” The E90S's goal was to surpass the start of BMW (which won the 1939 500cc TT race with a flat-twin turbo) and Gilera (which won the 1939 European championship with a turbocharged four). . 1949 E90 AJS Porcupine is a racing car produced by the AJS company in 1949. However, they were unsuccessful in their first launch of this car due to carburetor problems. The second generation of cars launched in 1954 overcame the above limitations and won the championship in the Grand Prix race driven by driver Les Graham. Currently, this car is still on display at the British National Motorcycle Museum center for many years at an amazing price. There were only 4 units produced in the world, the AJS design changed in the years that followed, so this car is one of the rarest models today. The car costs 7 million USD. Open frame, aluminum alloy, 500cc, DOHC twin engine with horizontal head and cylinder gives Porcupine a low center of gravity. The 1949 E90 AJS Porcupine used what were called 'Jam-pot' shocks and Tele Draulic racing forks. The design and manufacturing decisions made by the AJS brand first through its original owners and then through subsequent owners read like a virtual and physical source of ideas that needed makes for any aspiring bike expert. Having survived the Cold War, the Porcupine spent twenty years in Coventry's National Motorcycle Museum before being sold to discerning enthusiasts with deep pockets.
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9. Ecosse Spirit

Price: 3.6 million USD Ecosse Spirit ES1 is unlike any other motorbike on the market. With the collaboration of an American, Don Atchison, and two Britons, Richard Glover and Andy Le Fleming, a revolutionary motorcycle was conceived. Don became a dirt bike enthusiast at a young age, leading him to leave the corporate world and focus on his passion for motorcycling. Richard and Andy are two of the leading engineers and designers for Formula 1 racing. Known as the most luxurious motorbike with a price of 3.6 million USD. With the same principles used in building F1 cars, the team created the fastest, lightest bike available. The speed of the Ecosse Spirit ES1 comes from its ultra-light aerodynamic design and powerful engine. It is made with a frameless frame covered in carbon fiber and luxurious leather seats. The driver sits in a position that allows the knees to be close to the body for greater comfort and control. Additionally, it uses a different suspension system for both the front and rear suspension, along with handlebars attached to the front fork for better control of the front tire. This is a motorcycle that really behaves like an F1 car. The Ecosse Spirit ES1 will not have a frame, fork or head cover. Two swing arms, one for the rear wheel and one for the front wheel, will bolt directly to the bottom end of the engine. The crankshaft will be connected to the cylinder head and front wheel by linkages, in a central steering arrangement. The Spirit ES1 super motorbike weighs only 120 kg, while its 4-cylinder, 1,000 cc engine produces up to 200 horsepower. So if you include the driver (about 80kg), the power-weight ratio is 1:1, equivalent to supercars like the Bugatti Veyron. Maximum speed achieved with 170 horsepower is 354 km/h. However, these values ​​are calculated by a computer, not on a test track. To drive this valuable car is not simple, you must undergo special training with professional racers. If you haven't mastered the controls yet, it's best not to sit on it if you don't want to fall.
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10. Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter

Selling price: 11 million USD This is a car valued at 11 million USD. Neiman Marcus Company specializes in producing rare car models according to customers' wishes. The car's attractive frame carved from a single piece of metal has proven to be an extremely attractive highlight for enthusiasts. However, the value of this car is currently 100 times more expensive than the regular version, because it is the last car out of 45 copies produced in the world. The design of the car is very special like a Swiss watch, the entire car body is precision CNC cut from solid aluminum. The car reaches a maximum speed of 305 km/h. The Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter has a futuristic design that looks very powerful. The car looks like an alien machine and its wacky design makes it stand out. It has a powerful twin-cylinder engine that delivers incredible performance. It is equipped with top-notch equipment and features. The Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter draws power from a 1966.55 cc V-twin engine, air-cooled and using a fuel injection system. This exotic streetfighter is capable of reaching a top speed of over 300 km/h, making it one of the fastest motorcycles in the world. The car uses a high-end carbon fiber frame with aluminum and titanium components. Extensive use of carbon fiber and titanium in body parts makes it light and agile. The Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter uses a custom braking system that effectively stops this two-wheeled monster in motion. It has a driver-only seat and circular LED headlights. It is currently the world's most expensive car ever sold. The auction price of this bike started at just $110,000 but in the end, it was sold for $11 million.
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