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The Most Expensive Motorcycles in the World

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Driving a fast luxury car is exhilarating, but the thrill of riding a motorcycle is beyond belief; I am sure many bike enthusiasts will agree with me. There is a great sense of freedom when you find yourself behind the wheel of these perfect beauties, fresh air on your face and taking in the surrounding beauty, a truly incredible experience,  and don’t get me wrong! I still like to take my McLaren for a ride! … Wouldn’t it be better to have both? A supercar and a superbike, I think you’ll agree with me. Here are the world’s most expensive motorbikes, and you can take your pick:

Bucherer Harley Davidson Blue Edition MotorcycleBucherer Harley Davidson Blue Edition Motorcycle

Harley Davidson Blue Motorcycle

Embellished with diamonds, gold-plated screws, and a one-of-a-kind watch by Carl F. Bucherer, the Harley-Davidson BLUE is one of the most expensive motorcycles in the world. The shiny motorbike cost is US$1.9 million.

1940 E90 AJS Porcupine Motorcycle1940 E90 AJS Porcupine Motorcycle

1940 E90 AJS Porcupine Motorcycle

Built-in the 1940s, the 1940 E90 AJS Porcupine bike was one of America’s most popular and exclusive motorcycles capable of going over 190 kph. With only 60 Crockers ever made, this bike will be the perfect collector’s item.

1949 Vincent Black Lightning Motorcycle1949 Vincent Black Lightning Motorcycle

1949 Vincent Black Lightning Motorcycle

Released in 1948, Vincent Black Lighting was considered the fastest and most desirable motorcycle in the world, capable of going 150 mph. UK-based Vincent built a total of just 33 samples between 1948 and 1952, and it believed that only 19 still exist.

Ducatti Desmosedici D16RR NCR M16 MotorcycleDucatti Desmosedici D16RR NCR M16 Motorcycle

Ducatti Desmosedici D16RR NCR M16 Motorcycle

The Ducati Desmosedici RR is a real street-legal version of Ducati’s 2006 MotoGP race bike. Armed with 197 horsepower, this bike boasts a power-to-weight ratio of 2.0:1 pound per horsepower and zero to 60 mph in 2.6 seconds. This bike is indeed a serious piece of performance art.



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