US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Despite the fact that during the period of self-isolation, not everyone can go wherever they want, for rich people there are no such barriers, because the rich can afford any type of transport – from an expensive yacht to a personal plane.
However, many rich people prefer land transportation, buying not only expensive cars, but also motorcycles.
Below we will talk about the 10 most expensive motorcycles in the world that only rich people can afford, and afterward, if this gets you interested, you may want to go on over to Bikers Rights to see if a motorcycle may be right for you.
10. Ducati Testa Stretta NCR Macchia Nera
In tenth place is the Testa Stretta NCR Macchia Nera motorcycle, which costs $ 225 thousand.
The weight of the motorcycle is 135 kg, it was designed by the legendary designer Aldo Drudi.
This motorcycle, in comparison with others, is not too powerful and fast, however it is a desired object in the collection of motorcycle lovers.
9. Ducati Desmosedici D16RR NCR M16
On the ninth line of the rating is the Ducati Desmosedici D16RR NCR M16 motorcycle, which costs $ 235 thousand.
It is made of titanium, aluminum, and also has a carbon fiber finish.
8. Ecosse Founder’s Edition Ti XX
The eighth line of the ranking is occupied by the Ecosse Founder’s Edition Ti XX motorcycle worth $ 300 thousand.
The weight of the motorcycle is 192 kg, its power is 228 liters. with. It is noted that only 13 copies of such motorcycles were produced.
7. Legendary British Vintage Black
Seventh place is Legendary British Vintage Black worth $ 400 thousand. This motorcycle was launched in 1948.
In total, only 33 such motorcycles were produced, so they became really very rare and valuable specimens. Motorcycles were released in the UK.
6. Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike
In sixth place is the Dodge Tomahawk V10 motorcycle, whose futuristic design looks truly impressive. This motorcycle costs $ 550 thousand.
The weight of the motorcycle is more than 680 kg.
5. Harley Davidson Cosmic Starship
The Harley Davidson Cosmic Starship motorcycle is the first on our list to have exceeded $ 1 million. He takes the fifth line.
The motorcycle was manually painted by the famous designer Jack Armstrong, which became the basis for such a high cost of the motorcycle, as some of the designer’s work costs more than $ 3 million.
4. Yamaha BMS Chopper
In fourth place is a motorcycle worth $ 3 million.
This motorcycle was not designed to drive on the road. Rather, it is an instance for collectors to admire the beauty of the machine. The frame of the motorcycle is plated with 24 carat gold, which justifies its high cost.
3. Ecosse ES1 Spirit
The third line of the ranking was taken by the Ecosse Spirit motorcycle, whose cost is $ 3.6 million. This is a titanium motorcycle released in a limited edition. It can reach speeds of 370 km / h.
At the same time, the manufacturer, when selling a motorcycle, insists that the future owner pass a motorcycle driving master class before he drives.
2.1949 E90 AJS Porcupine
Second place in the ranking of the most expensive motorcycles took 1949 E90 AJS Porcupine worth $ 7 million.
In total, 4 motorcycle models were released in 1949, so the model is truly rare, which affects its value.
1. Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter
The leader in the ranking was the Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter motorcycle, which amounted to $ 11 million. It is the most expensive motorcycle in the world.
Neiman Marcus is an American chain of luxury stores. When the company announced its decision to sell the motorcycle at auction, these events attracted the attention of the press, and the price soared. As a result, the starting price at the auction was $ 110 thousand, but in the end it was sold for $ 11 million.
According to March 2020, Neiman Marcus is on the verge of bankruptcy, as the company is not able to pay a debt of $ 4 billion. According to media reports, the company was previously forced to close a significant part of its stores, which is associated with the crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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