Expensive motorcycles can come in all shapes and sizes. Whether they’re a sports bike or a hog, the only constant to expensive motorcycles is the high price tag. Many of them will provide higher performance and make you look good going down the road. However, the price of these bikes might still shock even the most avid motorcyclist. How high does the price tag go on these bikes? You’ll find out in our list of 25 Most Expensive Motorcycles In The World
Kawasaki Ninja H2R - $50,000
The Kawasaki Ninja H2R is a 300-hp bike only available in certain markets for a limited time. It’s not to be used on public roads – only on closed courses. It retails at $50,000.
Hesketh Valiant SC - $65,545
Named after the cold war bomber, the Hesketh Valiant SC is a supercharged monster with 2100cc and 217 ft lb of torque. It’ll cost you $65,545, however.
Energica Ego45 Limited Edition - $68,000
The Energica Ego45 Limited Edition will cost you $68,000. What do you get for that kind of money? A high-end bike, top of the line Italian machinery, and engineering using the most advanced techniques today.
Bimota BB3 - $72,888
The Bimota BB3 is a 999cc, 4 stroke, and 4-cylinder inline motorcycle, which is sure to blaze across the road at insane speeds. However, for the power and prestige, you’ll have to hand over $72,888.
TRON Light Cycle – $77,000
If you’re a huge fan of Tron, then this might perk your ears a little bit. A manufacturer made a limited edition, street-legal Tron Light Cycle. However, it will set you back $77,000.
Arch Motorcycles KRGT-1 - $78,000
If you want a bike endorsed by Keanu Reeves and designed by his friend, then look no further than the Arch Motorcycles KRGT-1. Of course, for the designer bike, it’ll cost you…$78,000 to be exact.
Confederate B120 Wraith – $92,500
The Confederate B120 Wraith is a unique looking motorcycle with an old-fashioned, skeletal look. So if you want something that’ll stand out, look no further. The $92,500 price tag, though, may make you question your decision.
Vyrus 987 C3 4V – $103,800
Powered by a 2100cc Ducati engine, the Vyrus 987 C3 4V is a sporty bike weighing 350 pounds (158.7 kg). It costs $103,800.
Confederate G2 P51 Combat Fighter - $119,500
Another motorcycle from Confederate, the G2 P51 Combat Fighter looks like a motorcycle straight out of a steampunk novel. Its epic and rather unique design will cost you $119,500.
MV Agusta F4CC – $120,000
The MV Agusta F4CC is a gorgeous sports bike with 190 hp, 1078cc engine but the overwhelming cost might freak you out while riding it. It’ll set you back $120,000. So, definitely don’t drop it.
Suter MMX 500 - $118,565
Only 99 of the Suter MMX 500 were built which explains the heavy price tag of $118,565. However, this V4 Grand Prix replica will definitely get you from point A to point B in style.
NCR MH TT (Mike Hailwood) – $130,000
The NCR MH TT (Mike Hailwood) is a limited edition bike commemorating his big win at the Isle of Man in 1978. It retails at $130,000.
NCR Leggera 1200 Titanium Special – $150,000
A lightweight and agile motorcycle, the NCR Leggera 1200 Titanium Special has a 1078cc motor and costs $150,000.
Icon Sheene – $172,000
With a turbocharged 1400cc Suzuki four cylinder engine, the Icon Sheene is a solid tribute to racing legend Barry Sheene. Due to its unique design, it retails at $172,000.
MTT Turbine Streetfighter – $175,000
As one of the most experienced professionals in the turbine engine industry, MTT has created a powerful and gorgeous motorcycle in the MTT Turbine Streetfighter. It’s priced at $175,000.
Honda RC213V-S - $184,000
Though the high price tag of $184,000 might give even the most professional motorcyclist pause, critics have given the Honda RC213V-S high praise, saying it’s well worth the money.
NCR Macchia Nera – $225,000
Powered by a Ducati 998R engine, the NCR Macchia Nera only weighs 297 pounds and costs $225,000.
Ecosse Moto Works Founder’s Edition Titanium XX - $300,000
The Ecosse Moto Works Founder’s Edition Titanium XX is built in Colorado, featuring a titanium chassis and exhaust. This gorgeous piece of machinery could be yours for $300,000.
Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike – $550,000
The Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike is a rarity, looking vintage in its aluminum design. It can reach 60 mph (96.5 kph) in about 2.5 seconds with a theoretical top speed of 400 mph (643 kph). It sold for $550,000.
Harley Davidson Cosmic Starship – $1.5 million
If you ever wanted a Harley Davidson that cost a million dollars, then you’re in luck. The Harley Davidson Cosmic Starship is a fiery hog that’ll drain your bank account faster than you can rev the engine and drive away.
The Yamaha BMS – $3 million
With a 1,700cc engine and a unique design, the Yamaha BMS costs $3 million. Why is it so expensive? Well, the covering is made with 24 karat gold and the seat is sewn with red velvet.
Hildebrand & Wolfmuller – $3.5 million
The world’s first motorcycle was put on the market between 1894 and 1897. If you want this piece of history, you’ll have to shell out over $3.5 million.
Ecosse Spirit – $3.6 million
If the very first motorcycle isn’t your thing, there’s always the Ecosse Spirit which is a mere $3.6 million. It’s a lightweight motorcycle that touts a top speed of 230 mph (370 kph).
1949 E90 AJS Porcupine – $7 Million
The 1949 E90 AJS Porcupine had only four versions produced and one of them helped Les Graham win the world championship. As such a rarity, the high price tag still feels like a hard pill to swallow.
Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter – $11 million
Originally priced at $110,000, the Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter ended up selling for $11 million at an auction.
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