10 Most Expensive Big Motor Bikes in the World
- 1 10. Ducati Testa Stretta NCR Macchia Nera Concept- $225,000
- 2 9. Ducati Desmosedici D16RR NCR M16 – $232,500
- 3 8. Ecosse FE Ti XX Titanium Series – $300,000
- 4 7. Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike – $550,000
- 5 6. Harley Davidson Cosmic Starship – $1.5 Million
- 6 5. BMS Nemesis – $3 Million
- 7 4. Hildebrand & Wolfmuller – $3.5 Million
- 8 3. Ecosse ES1 Spirit – $3.6 Million
- 9 2. 1949 E90 AJS Porcupine – $7 Million
- 10 1. Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter – $11 Million
You might have heard, You don’t choose the bike, the bike chooses you. How to cut the cost of motorbike insurance? Exactly!! We totally agree, sometimes our wallets don’t. We often do hear, money can’t buy happiness but it does work because Harley parts are quite expensive. Curious to know which motorbike is at the top list? Here we reveal all those 10 most expensive motorbikes in the world in detail:
10. Ducati Testa Stretta NCR Macchia Nera Concept- $225,000
Ducati Macchia Nera might not compete with the rest of other big bikes in this list in terms of pure speed though Macchia Neraa or Block Spot amusingly suggests you could create a charred pavement beyond while driving it.
Thanks to artistic contribution done by visionary designer Aldo Drudi. Only a limited number of this luxury motorbike is made available. The price is mentioned to ensure that the model makes it to their collection.
9. Ducati Desmosedici D16RR NCR M16 – $232,500
NCR begins with a $72,500 Desmosedici D16RR and adapts it to make it lighter and more powerful. The result-the $232,500 road missile NCR Millions 16. Where does the money go? There is carbon fiber everywhere on the M16, along with load-bearing parts like the frame, swingarm, and wheels.
Mechanical parts are surrounded with titanium, right down to the bolts, or avionic-grade aluminum. Surprisingly enough, the M16 also uses race style electronics with traction control, data recording as well as user-selectable maps.
8. Ecosse FE Ti XX Titanium Series – $300,000
Back in 2007, many guessed a $300,000 price tag for a big bike was crazy. Nevertheless, if it sported the moistest in every detail that mattered. According to the time change, in 10 years $300,000 easily lost its no.1 spot.
Regardless of going good fine just for an 8th place in the top 10 most expensive big bikes in the world. Moreover, this bike is powered by a 2,409cc billet aluminum engine transmitting 228PS of power to the rear wheel. The saddle has been designed by posh Italian leather virtuoso Berluti.
7. Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike – $550,000
Don’t you think Doge Tomahawk V10 superbike unbelievingly looks like aa 4 wheel Dodge squeezed on both sides? This Tomahawk V10 bike is a strange beast actually. It’s not just because it uses a V10 four-stroke Dodge Viper engine which could so easily power up any chassis over 2 wheels attached to it.
This bike was displayed in 2003, one of a kind Tomahawk was ready. At the minimum, this huge motorbike is capable of reaching 60 mph within 2.5 seconds along with a theoretical high speed of 400mph.
6. Harley Davidson Cosmic Starship – $1.5 Million
Harley Davidson Cosmic Starship, one of the most expensive big bikes is now enlisted in the 6th position. This motorbike claims to have been sold at $3.5 million. It is now up for sale at $12 million. The yellow and red paint over a Harley V-rod artwork is worth $984,000.
5. BMS Nemesis – $3 Million
Obviously, the first thing you would notice about the BMS Nemesis is the yellow glitter and absence of side strand. All these artwork makes it look like as if it’s lying flat on its underbelly like aa marooned whale.
Actually, it is fully operational and incorporates an air-ride system opposite the single-sided swingarm rear suspension. The yellow glitter you notice is the 24-carat gold which describes the $3 million price tag.
4. Hildebrand & Wolfmuller – $3.5 Million
Hildebrand was said to be $3.5 million before 124 years back when its first production motorcycle appeared on the scene. This amusing motorbike is made of two-wheeled metallic petrol-guzzling steeds which can take you over the roads.
3. Ecosse ES1 Spirit – $3.6 Million
Ecosse is a two-wheel machine that is traditional defines. There is something in this bike that is why even a bike manufacturer needs a professional driver to first take a 2-week training before trying to ride one of its models.
There is no chassis framework to speak of as well. You can even notice a lower-arm, in effect, a single-sided swingarm. Apart from that, the handlebars are on the upward-projected steer axis to avoid the muddy steering feel of earlier articulated front ends. I’m sure the buyer of this bike is going to be the only 1 of 10 exclusive owners of this 2 wheel heaven so far.
2. 1949 E90 AJS Porcupine – $7 Million
This lavish E90 AJS Porcupine bike consists of an open frame, aluminum alloy, 500 ccs, DOHC twin-engine along with horizontal cylinders. The heads that you see gives the porcupine a low center of gravity. The design, as well as manufacturing decisions, was first made by AJS via original owners.
Then after, through the succeeding ones read like an authentic source of what to do ideas by aspiring bike professional. Most noteworthy, the veteran Porcupine has luckily spent 20 years in the Coventry National Motorcycle Museum prior to being made available for the filtered enthusiast with a deep pocket to match.
1. Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter – $11 Million
Believe it or not, the Neiman Marcus Limited edition Fighter first debuted in the market at a humble $110,000 but later ended up being purchased at $11 million, 100 times that amount.
Having produced only 45 copies of this motorbike, this is one of the few exclusive masterpieces in its history. The spectacular design features a clockwork mechanism, called The Evolution of Machine”. Must say, this is the costliest motorbike ever in the world.