5 Most Expensive Motorcycles in The World

5 Most Expensive Motorcycles in The World

Motorcycles, the Youth Icon and its a dream for young guys to ride on their own Motorcycle. The 2 Wheeler Motorcycles were going crazy, as the CC(cubic centimeters) is going on increasing as, the max CC for Motorcycles a decade ago is not more than 150 CC, but due to latest Technology amendments its reached over 2000CC.

5 Most Expensive Motorcycles in the World :

#1. Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike

Dodge Tomahawk 550x412 Cool Sundays : 5 Most Expensive Motorcycles in The World

Price of Dodge Tomahawk : $550,000 – $600,000, one of the most expensive motorcycles in the world.

Top Speed of Dodge Tomahawk: 640kms/hr

#2. ECOSSE Titanium Series RR

ECOSSE Titanium Series RR 550x391 Cool Sundays : 5 Most Expensive Motorcycles in The World

Price of ECOSSE Titanium Series RR : $160,000 – $200,000 and 2,150 cc one of the most expensive motorcycles in the world.

Top Speed of ECOSSE Titanium Series RR : 400 kms/hr

#3. Macchia Nera Concept Bike

Macchia Nera Concept Bike 550x366 Cool Sundays : 5 Most Expensive Motorcycles in The World

Price of Macchia Nera Concept Bike : $200,000 – $250,000, it is 3rd most expensive motorcycles in the world.

Top Speed of Macchia Nera Concept Bike : 370kms/hr

#4. MTT Turbine Superbike

MTT Turbine Cool Sundays : 5 Most Expensive Motorcycles in The World

Price of MTT Turbine Superbike : $150,000 – $185,000, the 4th most expensive motorcycles in the world.

Top Speed of MTT Turbine Superbike : 320 kms/hr

#5. AEM Carbon Fiber Hayabusa

AEM Carbon Fiber Hayabusa Cool Sundays : 5 Most Expensive Motorcycles in The World

Price of AEM Carbon Fiber Hayabusa : $160,000 – $200,000

Top Speed of AEM Carbon Fiber Hayabusa : 300 kms/hr

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