The 15 Most (Ridiculously) Expensive Motorcycles In The World!


October 3rd, 2016   |   Updated on October 13th, 2016

Guys have always been insanely crazy for motorcycles and heavy bikes. And, keeping in mind boys madness for motorbikes, companies have built bikes, which instantly attract the attention of the youth because  of their looks, design, speed, apart from  their brazenly expensive price tags. Here are the most ridiculously expensive motorcycles in the world:

1. Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter – $11,000,000



Neiman Marcus is known more for its retail stores and is hardly a name synonymous with motorcycles. It comes as a surprise then that they are responsible for the most expensive luxury motorcycle in the world thanks to its Limited Edition Fighter. When the Fighter was released it had a starting price of an already high $110,000. Source:


2. 1949 E90 AJS Porcupine – $7,000,000



The AJS 500 cc Porcupine was a racing motorcycle announced in 1945. … Leslie Graham then rode the bike to victory in the inaugural 1949 FIM 500cc world championship. This was the only … The E90 model had an open frame. The E95 . Source:


3. Ecosse Spirit – $3,600,000



It is a relief when a new motorcycle project is announced whose claims a) are arguably new but do not exist outside physical possibility, and b) are not founded upon T-shirt sales and nostalgia. Source:


4. Hildebrand & Wolfmuller – $3,500,000



The Hildebrand & Wolfmüller was the world’s first production motorcycle. Heinrich and Wilhelm Hidebrand were steam-engine engineers before they teamed up with Alois Wolfmüller to produce their internal combustion Motorrad in Munich in 1894. Source:

5. Yamaha Roadstar BMS Chopper – $3,000,000



Yamaha Roadstar BMS Chopper – $500,000 Nicknamed the Nehmesis after its creator Sam Nehme of BMS Choppers, this features a Yamaha Roadstar plated in gold. All the parts are gold-plated as well, with a red velvet seat providing a nice contrast to accentuate the bike’s look. Source:


6. Harley Davidson Cosmic Starship – $1,500,000



You would think that the most famous motorcycle manufacturer in the United States would have a few limited edition versions that were worth more than $1 million, but this is the only one. The Cosmic Starship was created in collaboration with Jack Armstrong, an artist that hand painted the motorcycle’s design. This world-renown duo is sure to attract those who appreciate motorcycles and art, because otherwise you likely won’t fork over the dough. Source:


7. Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike – $550,000



The Tomahawk is a Viper V-10 based motorcycle, a 500 horsepower engine with four wheels beneath it. The engine breathes through twin throttle bodies mounted right up front (the two round things above the front tires are). While the Tomahawk has the same number of tires as a car, it keeps the motorcycle form factor otherwise. Source:


8. Ecosse Titanium Series FE Ti XX – $300,000



This is the Ecosse Titanium Series FE Ti XX, a motorcycle with a price tag that’s almost as big as its name. You see it cost a whopping $300,000 which makes it the world’s most expensive motorcycle, a title which I suppose, someone has to have. I remember way back in 1994 when Ducati first released the stunning 916. It was $12,400 and I thought that was insane, especially when you could go out and buy a new GSX-R for $7,000. Source:


9. NCR Macchia Nera – $225,000



In case you don’t speak the native Italian language of Ducati, the Macchia Nera translates into English as “Black Spot.” The reason is because you are likely to leave a few marks on the road when you crank up the accelerator on this superbike. Very few were made by Ducati since it was only a concept designed in 2012, which is where the $225,000 price tag originates. Source:


10. MTT Turbine Streetfighter – $175,000



MTT (Marine Turbine Technologies) released the Turbine Superbike, also known as the Y2K Turbine Superbike back in 2000. The machine was made by Rolls Royce and can reach speeds of well over 200 miles per hour with its Allison Model 250-C18 turboshaft engine. Unlike other jet fuel based engines, Turbine Superbike could accept diesel or kerosene. The production of these vehicles stopped in 2005, but MTT wasn’t done with the model quite yet. Source:

11. Icon Sheene – $172,000



Barry Sheene was a great world champion motorcycle racer from the United Kingdom, and the Icon Sheene was built as a tribute to the legend. Only 52 of these bikes were made, and each one of them featured an image of a single playing card that was painted by hand. The Ace of Spades, of course, was the first one off of the line. Source:

12. NCR Leggera 1200 Titanium Special – $145,000



Based off of the Ducati Hypermotard, this is NCR’s first street legal bike; the company typically makes professional racing bikes. The NCR Leggera weighs a meager 328 pounds – a lightness possibly attributable to the company’s history of having to make zippy racing bikes – but it has top-notch components, including suspension developed with the help of Öhlins, brakes made by Brembo, carbon fiber BST wheels, and a 10.6 pound titanium frame. Its intense suspension and aerodynamic, hawk-like frame don’t allow an onlooker to forget this bike’s competitive ancestry. Source:


13. NCR MH TT (Mike Hailwood) – $130,000



Few sportsmen have made such an indelible impact on the fast moving worlds of motorcycle and car racing as the legendary MIKE HAILWOOD™. The son of a millionaire who bought him the best machinery that money could buy, he quickly cast aside the ‘rich man’s kid’ image which had been thrust upon him to earn the respect and admiration of his peers through the enormity of his talent, the strength of his personality and his outrageous sense of fun. Source:


14. MV Agusta F4CC – $120,000



WHAT makes a motorcycle — not some rare collectible, but a new, limited-production model — worth $120,000? That was the first question asked by most everyone I told about my miles of test-riding the MV Agusta F4CC, a wickedly purposeful machine from Varese, Italy. The best I could do was to answer with another question: What makes a few special wristwatches cost, say, half a million dollars? For that matter, what justifies the price of a fountain pen or a bottle of wine that sells for tens of thousands of dollars? Source:


15. Vyrus 987 C3 4V – $110,000



This motorcycle weighs 158kg with its 1200cc engine and 211 HP. It was designed nicely by the Italian company Vyrus and equipped with a Ducati engine. Source:


16. TRON Light Cycle – $77,000



If you’ve always had your heart set on a TRON Lightcycle — a working one, not a matchbox toy — you’d better start saving. The going rate (as much as there is a going rate for one-off movie-replica collectibles) is $77,000. Source: