Top 10 Most Expensive Motorcycles in the World

10. NCR Leggera 1200 Titanium Special – $140,000

NCR is well known for taking Ducati Ducati superbikes and making them better. The Leggera 1200 Titanium Special is a perfect example of how the company operates.

Based on the Ducati Hypermotard, the custom version boasts a titanium lattice construction, Zard Silencers, fully adjustable Öhlins suspension and a Brembo brake system. The overall weight weighs in at just 328 pounds. (leggera means lightweight in English).

9. Icon Sheene – $160,000

British-born Barry Sheene is an iconic motorcycle in the motorcycle racing world. So it’s fitting that the British icon motorcycle has created a series of motorcycles honoring great racers.

The Icon Sheene features a powerful turbocharged 1400cc Suzuki 4-cylinder engine, capable of delivering over 250bhp as well as a stylish and unique design. This ingenious motorcycle is a pretty exclusive series, with only 52 being made. All of this drives the price of the bike up to $160,000.

8. MTT Y2K Superbike – $185,000

The Y2K (or MTT) Turbine Superbike, which won the 4th largest motorcycle award in the Discovery Channel’s Greatest Ever program, is an astonishing tech. The 500-pound machine has engines originally designed for helicopters, and can run on a variety of engines, from diesel to kerosene to Jet A, so you can imagine how powerful it is.

The price of the MTT Superbike is commensurate with its performance.

7. NCR M16 – $ 232,000

Based on the Ducati Desmosedici RR, NCR’s engineers created an even more impressive machine: the NCR M16.

The first bikes are already very light, but with a serious diet comprised of carbon fiber and titanium, the M16 left an astonishing 145 kg. The NCRM16 will be $160,000, as that’s an addition to the $72,000 Ducati Desmosedic motorcycle.

6. Ecosse Titanium Series Fe Ti XX – $300,000

The Titanium Series Fe Ti XX is Ecosse’s top-of-the-line motorcycle. Powered by a 2,409 cc billet engine that outputs a hefty 225 hp from the rear wheels, it’s definitely not for casual riders. Lightweight materials such as carbon fiber and titanium are extensively used to keep weight as low as possible, and the saddle is the work of Italian fine leather maker Berluti.

This high-end finish will cost you $300,000 for Ecosse Titanium Fe Ti XX.

5. Yamaha Roadstar Nehmesis – $500,000

BMS Choppers, a motorcycle customizer company based in Florida, took a Yamaha Road Star and turned it into something really cool.

The 2.5-meter cruiser is an impressive sight in its own right, but what if it offered gold plating? That’s what the people at BMS did. Named the new version of the Nehmesis after the company’s owner, Sam Nehme, with an aggressive yet stylish look, this motorcycle seemed really intimidating. The price of this luxury motorcycle is half a million dollars.

4. AJE E95 Porcupine – $675,000

AJS was a British motorcycle manufacturer with great success in the first half of the 20th century. One of its creations, the E95 Porcupine (E95 Porcupine), is extremely rare even on a 60-year-old bike, making only four of its 500cc aluminum alloy vehicles.

Owning one of these vintage racing bikes is like owning British racing history. So it’s no surprise that Porcupine sold for $675,000 in 1954.

3. Lauge Jensen Goldfinger – $850,000

There is nothing better than gold for a rapper or a luxury brand. With this simple principle in mind, Danish motorcycle customizer Lauge Jensen created the Goldfinger.

It is equipped with an 1807cc twin-cylinder engine that produces 90hp at 3200rpm. Nothing impressive. Impressive is the gold-plated diamond-embellished frame. But all this brilliance comes at a very high price. The Goldfinger custom motorcycle costs around $850,000.

2. Cosmic Starship Harley-Davidson – $1,000,000

Another way to significantly increase the value of an item is to turn it into a work of art. The reason is that when Jack Armstrong paints a Harley Harley, whose style is rather staggeringly Cosmic Extentialism, it not only gets a huge price increase, but also gets an equally cool name – Cosmic Starship.

Harley-Davidson Bartels Harley-Davidson Bartels is known as a reseller of Hollywood stars and should be an A-lister with a $1 million price tag for Jack Armstrong’s Harley Harley.

1. Medusa – $1million+

Medusa is one of the strangest things you’ll see on two wheels. Inspired by ancient Greek mythology. (Medusa was a monster that could turn to stone if she looked into her eyes.) Tarhan Telli of TT Custom Choppers has crafted this uniquely shaped bike to look like a Trojan or Spartan archaeologist.

It’s basically a 125-horsepower, 1.8-liter V-twin engine that puts a 700-pound helicopter with a six-speed gearbox, so much of its weight is gold. That means the Medusa’s frame alone is worth over $1 million, making it the most expensive motorcycle in the world.