Ever been asked You Paid How Much, in a conversation? AMERiders gives you the Scoop on the Most Expensive Motorcycles on the road today! When compiling a list like this it needs to be defined, because there are so many types of motorcycles out there from one-offs to custom bikes and race development bikes which can be priced up into the millions, with actual retail pricing not applying. Our list is going to solely concentrate on the motorcycles that can be bought at a retailer or factory today in the USA.
This will still leave a large number of bikes from a big range of manufacturers. There are bikes on this Expensive Motorcycles list that exist because of a racing connection, and some are halo bikes meaning they are fully dressed and accessorized versions of production bikes that are built to show off a manufacturer’s capabilities. Each of these bikes could be purchased or ordered at a dealer or factory provided that the allotment to be made hasn’t been spoken for already. So, here is our list, and we want to make this clear this is not in any order and we are sure there are bikes that have been left out these are just a few that we know of, most of all these are some really pretty yet expensive bikes.
Ecosse Moto Works Founder’s Edition Titanium XX (FE Ti XX) – $300,000;
Founder’s Edition Titanium (FE Ti) – $200,000
Founder’s Edition (FE Race) – $107,000
The Ecosse FE Ti XX has a titanium chassis and exhaust, and a supercharged V-Twin engine that produces 200 hp and 210 lb-ft of torque. Ecosse Moto Works sells bikes directly from their facility in Denver, Colorado.
Honda RC213V-S – $184,000.
By every measure, the Honda RC213V-S is an awe-inspiring motorcycle. Here’s the concept: Take our world-championship-winning RC213V MotoGP racer and add just enough equipment to make it street legal. Built to the same standards as the race bike, with changes to make it practical to ride on public roads, including a starter motor, a parking stand, and a key.
Confederate G2 P51 Combat Fighter – $113,900 in blonde; $119,500 in black.
Built entirely out of 6061 aerospace billet aluminum, the Fighter is the latest in a line of extreme motorcycles from Birmingham, Alabama-based Confederate. Now powered by a proprietary S&S engine, the Fighter promises to be the most ride-worthy bike in the company’s history.
Energica Ego45 – $68,000.
A limited edition of the Italian Energica Ego electric motorcycle — only 45 examples of the Ego45 will be built. Special features include carbon fiber and 3D-printed fairing elements. Like the Ego, the Ego45 is a race-ready sportbike capable of going from 0-60 mph in under 3 seconds.
Kawasaki Ninja H2R – $50,000
A supercharged 998cc engine producing 300 hp is at the heart of Kawasaki’s dream bike, the Ninja H2R. Dressed with carbon fiber over a trellis frame, the superbike is capable of speeds over 200 mph.
While the bikes that follow are not typically thought of as very expensive but still can cost as much or even more than a very nice car but still have made it to our Expensive Motorcycles list.
Harley-Davidson CVO Road Glide Ultra – $40,299
Harley’s best touring motorcycle gets the benefit of Project Rushmore upgrades this year, and the Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) version emerges with a plethora of custom finishes and options. The CVO Road Glide Ultra is the first production H-D to crack the $40,000 barrier.
MV Augusta F4 RC – $40,000.
A race version of MV Agusta’s already potent F4 RR, this beauty features carbon fiber body parts and a 4-cylinder engine capable of producing 212 hp. Painted in racer Leon Camier’s livery, F4 RC production is limited to 250 units.
And finally we leave you with the last motorcycle in our Expensive Motorcycles list:
Ducati Panigale R – $33,995.
For 2016, Ducati’s Panigale R superbike features a 205 hp engine, a lithium-ion battery, and a titanium exhaust. Ready for the street or the track on a moment’s notice.
Well, there you have a long list of Expensive Motorcycles for you to set on your to buy list if you have some “Throwing away money”. Consequently, unless your fabulously wealthy most people don’t and can only dream of having a few of these motorcycles.
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