Monday, 2 July 2012

Top 10 Most Expensive Bikes In The World-2012



1  Million Dollar Harley

The world’s most expensive bike is an artist-designed Harley-Davidson. It is also the world’s first $1 million motorcycle. It has been designed by Jack Armstrong. Jack Armstrong is known throughout the world for his painting style, which is known as Cosmic Extensional. With this style of painting on object, the observer is able to read and see different things from unlike angles. The motorcycle is priced at $1 million.

2  Ultra-rare Porcupine
The second-most expensive bike in the world is a Porcupine, and it is extremely rare. This ultra-rare Porcupine was manufactured during World War II by AJS, a British motorcycle manufacture. This Porcupine was part of National Motorcycle Museum at Coventry for the past two decades, but is now on sale. With such rarity and history, it is anticipated to fetch nearly $750,000.

3  Gold-Plated Custom Chopper
The gold-plated Custom Chopper was unveiled at the International Motorcycle Show at Seattle, Washington. This literally-dazzling motorcycle looks more of a showstopper than a real motorbike, purely because of its look. The price of this extraordinary chopper is $500000. The bike sports a lot of gold plated to its metal parts with excellent and superb finish and shine. You would not want to take it on the road even.


4   Legendary British Vintage Black
This bike is in this list at number four due to its uniqueness and also of antiquity. Legendary British Vintage Black worth nearer to $400000.This bike is not fastest one because this is a very old bike.


5  Ecosse FE Ti XX – Titanium Series
Ecosse FE Ti XX is not only too much expensive but also very beautiful bike Titanium Series is manufactured by the company which already has other credits to its name – The Ecosse Motor Works.The Ecosse FE Ti XX Titanium Series produces as astonishing 225 horsepower utilizing its aluminum engine. The orders have already been booked, but the first lot will be delivered to China. The Ecosse FE Ti XX costs $300,000.


6  Hub-less Harley-Davidson
This beautiful bike was customized by Howards Killer CustomsWho works beautifully in it. Hub less bike looks very beautiful and unique ranked 6 in the race of top ten most expensive bikes The price is $155000.This Chopper looks very beautiful and different from others.


7   Hildebrand & Wolfmuller
This is 115 years old this bike was manufactured by Hildebrand & Wolfmuller . This bike is still inn in the ranking of top ten most expensive bikes. This particular bike from Hildebrand & Wolfmuller was the first ever motor-driven bike to be given the name of a motorcycle, which makes it extremely special. Currently, this particular bike is part of private collection in United States. The high price it carries is purely due to its rarity and history. This bike worth $150000,there is no exact picture available for this bike.


8  Harley-Davidson Rocker
House of  Thunder is the name of very known manufacturing company. This Harley-Davidson Rocker was manufactured by this company.This is a German company works great to customize the bikes, The House-of-Thunder-customized Harley-Davidson Rocker is a true example of full-on customization, as it has been customized even to the last detail. The Rocker along with the yacht in background cost $22 million. The Rocker alone carries a price tag of $130,000.

9   Coventry Eagle Flying – 8 (1928) 
This unique and beautiful bike is manufactured by ROYAL EAGLE in year 1928. This bike is 73 years old and we can still see that on road. Coventry Eagle had a great history. Bruce Smith, Stephen Broadbridge, John Ellis, and Ken Hodgson purchase this. This price of Coventry Eagle Flying – 8 (1928) is round about $120000.


10  Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter
This beautiful bike manufactured by confederate motor co used all over steel to give unique grace and very delegate look. This ranked tenth in the race of worlds most expensive bikes .This unique style bike named as Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter worth $110,000.

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