We have to admit that we had so much fun with these dream machines while we put this list together. We are going to see the most expensive motorcycles on sale in the world, only someone with a luxurious life, who loves adventures and who is not afraid of speed, can have them.
ECOSSE TITANIUM SERIES FE TI XX- 300,000$
Based in Denver, Colorado, the company is masterminded by former racer and engineer Donald Atchison but probably you never heard anything about Ecosse.
This engineer brings another level of engineering at this brand, finesse, and sheer luxury that he saw in top-end-cars to two-wheels, one of the examples is Aston Martin. The Titanium’s aluminum 2.4-litre engine develops 225bhp, the chassis and exhaust is made from, well, titanium but at least it comes with a free BRM Titanium watch.
YAMAHA ROADSTAR BMS CHOPPER- 500,000$
Art and engineering combine to create a masterpiece of high camp. This gold-plated Chopper is handbuilt around a 1.7 Yamaha Roadstar engine. When coming to a halt, the swing arm rear suspension lowers 25cm to the ground so the rider can step off, so you don’t even need a kick stand.
DODGE TOMAHAWK V10 SUPERBIKE- 550,000$
Who knew that Dodge makes motorcycles? Well, not even Dodge because according to them, they don’t. The Tomahawk is a concept vehicle and is only “a piece of automotive sculpture”. The 8.3L V10 engine was lifted out of a Viper and dropped into an Art Deco-body. Dodge initially claimed that the Tomahawk is capable of traveling at 680km/h (420mph) They later admitted it was more like a theoretical 500km/h, before emphasizing that the bike isn’t for riding at all.
HARLEY DAVIDSON COSMIC STARSHIP- $1 Million
The ‘Million dollar Harley’ is a custom bike by legendary builders Bartels with a paint finish by maverick artist Jack Armstrong, using his signature Cosmic-style painting. It’s unique and can cost one million dollars.
ECOSSE ES1 SUPERBIKE- $3.6 Million
Ecosse top the list with a bike that was intended to revolutionize motorbike design. It was the brainchild of Dick Glover, technical director of McLaren Automotive. Glover reasoned that instead of relying on raw power, he’d use F1 technology to improve performance. He applied new materials to strip away the weight and improve aerodynamics and electronics to improve handling and performance.