Motorcycles are toys for big boys.
But it would be an understatement if you know someone who owns a motorcycle, you know for them it’s more valuable than just a toy. Some people don’t even trust others to drive or touch their motorbikes.
As a matter of a showoff or desire to own rarity, highly expensive things have always been a great desire for humans because these items are generally viewed as a mark of success.
Bikes, though, aren’t necessarily seen in the bracket of expensive items, and it’s mostly the best sports cars in the world that take the top spots there.
Nevertheless, some motorcycles stand out as exceptions because they cost much more than usual.
In this list, we have some of the extraordinary machines you have ever put on.
Here are the top 10 most expensive motorcycles in the world 2020:
10. Ecosse Founder’s Edition Ti XX – $300,000
A team of specialized bike crafters took over 1,280 hours to create the billet aluminum special chassis of the Founder’s Edition model, Ecosse Fe Ti XX titanium series.
Then it is brushed with a majestic, subtle sheen by hand.
It takes up to 3,000 hours of expert work with this entirely customized model.
A supercharging inter-cooled engine, remarkable power of 225 hp and 210 ft-Nm torque, TTX fluted gas forks with titanium front axle, and carbon-ceramic brakes for race-level performance are provided.
Few motorcycles makers make this type of rare complex machinery for a living, but over the last ten years. Scotland has increased its reputation for crafted hooliganism, the building of carbon-fiber gas tanks, expensive titanium chassis drivers which are larger than the Harley stock and e otherwise adapted to ISR, Öhlins and BST Few motorcycles of Scotland to ride their bikes.
9. Legendary British Vintage Black – $400,000
Legendary Black Vintage is an example of unique British engineering, and no bike in the world is close to its match.
This bike may not be the fastest motorcycle, but it can easily accelerate up in a matter of seconds.
Legendary British vintage black was launched in the market in 1948 and was faster than the sports car Jaguar XK120.
8. Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike – $550,000
At the 2003 North American International Auto Show, the Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike, a non-street legal concept vehicle was introduced.
It was later manufactured and sold in very low numbers.
Build wise, this motorcycle more like a car than a bike, but we can say that it is a hybrid that is divided into a percentage.
In the first look, the V10 superbike is very hard to call a car or a motorcycle.
The engine has a speed edge, as it has a lot of power compared to other bikes in competition.
Tomahawk has two wheels, both on the front and on the rear, which can swoop independently during turns.
7. Harley Davidson Cosmic Starship – $1.5 million
“The Cosmic Starship” of artist Jack Armstrong Harley Davidson was unveiled by Harley Davidson on October 21, 2010, at Marina Del Rey, California.
As if this was the Harley-Davidson VRSC or V-Rod on wheels, the artist’s unique style of painting called “Cosmic Extensionalism” depicts his marking art combination of extreme colors and texture.
6. Harley-Davidson Bucherer Blue Edition – $1.79 million
In the Harley-Davidson Blue edition, a unique model made in combination with Bündnerbike that incorporates embellishments from respected horologes and jewelers.
Swiss expensive watch and jewelry company, Bucherer has established as a reputable by making Harley-Davidson Blue edition, the world’s most expensive Harley Davidson ever sold.
This Blue Edition is based on the Harley-Davidson Softail Slim S but has a full overhaul, with a value of 1.8 million Swiss Franken or about USD 1.79 million.
Why is this Harley so expensive?
The bike frame is seamlessly welded, and can even make the rims to suit your demands.
The rotating camshaft, and the valve control and gold-plated throttle valves, are superior design elements visible in a camshaft housing through the window.
The LED light system is heat resistant for a modern touch, and it is also the first motorcycle in the world to have a motor that is lit up from the inside.
Besides, several parts of the bike are gold plated to exude its luxurious flair further.
Also, with its iridescent color, the motorcycle has a unique detail.
A specific technique is used to obtain the intense blue hue, as it is first plated on silver before using a secret covering method to six-color coatings.
Underneath a glass dome of the glass dome, a six-pronged Heaven solo ring with 5.40 carats of diamonds can be found in a retractable safe.
5. Yamaha BMS Chopper – $3 million
The Japanese manufacturer of motorcycles and marine products Company, Yamaha has one of the most expensive and stylish bikes “Yamaha Road Star BMS Chopper” as a luxury piece.
The BMS Nehmesis won the renowned Rat’s Hole Custom Show held in Daytona, leading BMS Choppers in the custom bike industry.
It is equipped with big 360 mm rear tire, an automatic clutch, and smart electronic Grips.
BMS is also loaded with gold-plated components and is, therefore, a premium custom bike.
Road Star BMS Chopper comes with a 102 cubic-inch front fork. The bottom is extra-long. This unit is air-cooled to dissipate the heat & gives long-stroke.
BMS Chopper’s powerful 48 ° double-engine offers the best cruising performance.
4. Hildebrand & Wolfmuller – $3.5 million
Hildebrand and Wolf Müller is the world’s first production motorcycle in the world.
That historic bike is the world’s first bike, that’s why buyers buy this unique bike, as well as a historical relic for their collection.
This motorcycle is fully functional and has a two-cylinder four-stroke engine.
The Hildebrand & Wolfmüller, manufactured in Germany, has the highest historical importance as the first motorized two-wheeler to enter series production and is the first vehicle the term ‘motorcycle’ was applied(Motorrad in German).
3. Ecosse ES1 Spirit – $3.6 Million
Ecosse ES1 Superbike is a monstrous machine that maximizes 250 mph and has an up-to-date, customized carbon fiber body.
As the manufacturers claim, such custom motorcycles are fully developed, and F1-specification variants available at least one year ahead of time of the production model.
The bike is equipped with ergonomic fitment, an advanced composite design, the desired engine output parameters, an electronic control system, and thus F1 can be reproduced on two wheels.
Contrary to the maker’s claims, the Ecosse spirit’s engine is not powerful compared to other fast bikes.
The speed is due to the overall coefficient of drag design is 0.4, not so good as a sports car, but 40 percent better than a conventional superbike!
It indicates that CdA (total drag) is down by 50 percent, and the top speed is up by 26 percent!
2. 1949 E90 AJS Porcupine – $7 Million
The AJS 500 cc Porcupine was a British racing bike built in 1945 with a horizontal engine designated E90S and was manufactured by Associated Motor Cycles (AMC).
This motorcycle is extremely rare and has a fantastic racing history. It costs 7 million dollars, however.
The company produced the motorcycle is going through financial problems, explaining the low unit number and the high price tag. There are just four such units in the world.
The AJS Porcupine 1949 E90 is graceful and innovative and must meet both expectations and costs.
It is rare that the prominence of a porcupine E95 porcupine can be seen, let alone of a private owner on a motorcycle.
1. Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter – $11 million
Neiman Marcus is better known for its retail outlets and hardly a name associated with motorcycles.
Surprisingly, however, they manufacture Limited Edition Fighter, the most expensive motorcycle in the world ever sold.
This bike in an auction ended up with an $11 million sale, which some say is unique, as its appearance resembles the inside of a watch.
In this limited edition, only 45 of the fighters produced.
As with Wraith, the Confederate Fighter uses a front suspension comprising titanium, aluminum, and carbon fiber bits and a 120cc 45° air-cooled V-Twin engine.
The body is made up of an aluminum backbone unit made of titanium connected to the front and rear bulkheads cut from solid pieces of aluminum billet, replaced with the Wraith carbon fiber chassis.
This lightweight frame, combined with a moderately powerful engine enables this bike to reach up to speeds of 190 miles per hour.