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Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Most Expensive Motorcycles of the World

Motorcycles have mass appeal to the public for over a century and a half. American named Sylvester Howard Roper developed one of the bike for the first time in 1860. Bike had been fairs and circuses around the eastern United States. The Europeans also had their hand in popularizing motorcycles and during the two World Wars, motorcycles functioned as a means of rapid transport.
As for progress on the bikes, the engines and frames became bigger, sleeker, faster and more efficient, so the high-tech and expensive motorcycles are today. If you can afford it, a bike tailored to the exact specifications to achieve.

MV-Augusta F4CC – $120,000

This bike was created by Claudio Castiglioni wanted, director of MV. I wanted to create a spectacular motorcycle that met strategic marketing needs while also being something truly special and unique. The expensive motorcycle bearing his own initials “CC” has a top speed of 315 km / h (195 mph), 1078 cc and 198 hp. Each bike has a platinum plate placed on top of the steering column indicating the number of model 1 to 100, making this bike more special to their owners.

MTT Turbine SuperBike – $150,000

Not only is this expensive bike is also very fast. This bike, also known as Y2K Turbine Superbike is the Guinness world record holder for “most powerful production motorcycle in history to go into production.” The turbine engine is made by Rolls Royce and capable of more than 300 horsepower. The bike also features carbon fiber fairings, a camera mounted on the rear color LCD screen, radar detector front and back, looking laser coder, one touch “Smart Start” ignition, and many other devices. This bike seams to be very popular in Hollywood. He played in the movie “Torque” and even Jay Leno owns one!

Icon Sheene – $160,000

This bike was created by Andrew Morris in honor of the legendary British Grand Prix motorcycle champion Barry Sheene, who died in 2003 at the age of 52 As such, only 52 of these 250 hp turbo 1400cc motorcycles to be created, each decorated with a hand of playing cards painted by the same artist who painted helmets Sheen, Mike Fair Holme. Each of these bikes will be adapted, tailored to meet the unique requirements of the buyer.

Macchia Nera concept bike – $201,000

Built around a Ducati 998RS engine, this bike, the Italian engineers and designers to create a bike very high-tech and expensive that would be considered as “the ultimate track bike” that is “just a beautiful and beautifully simple.” Testastretta engine is fitted with lightweight metals and alloys such as titanium and aluminum, so it’s very light. Looking out over the side of the Macchia Nera shows exposed belts and engine parts, when its design a minimalist, although aesthetically pleasing. We should add that this bike is unique and is not produced for retail at this stage, but if you have other 150 000 € (U.S. $ 201,000) laying around in an expensive toy, your dreams can come true.

Ecosse Titanium Series RR Limited Edition – $275,000

This bike has a luxury titanium frame with light body and carbon fiber wheels coated. It has fuel injection, intercooled, supercharged engine of 2,150 cc of the ticket and is capable of more than 200 horsepower. Its seat is adjustable and ergonomic. The bike also comes with a clock, designed by French watchmaker BRM, which is made to match the bike and is engraved with the same serial number on the handlebar clamp and VIN plate. This bike is limited to 10 units.

Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike – $555,000

This reproduction of the Dodge the bike as carving machine, because it is not street legal in the United States. Ten of these bikes offered in 2003 Neiman Marcus Christmas Book. Dodge Tomahawk V10 super bike boasts 8.3 liter (505 cubic inches), and 10 cylinder bike can carry a maximum speed of 400 mph. £ 1,500 bike is equipped with independent suspension and 4 to 60 km / h in about 2.5 seconds.


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