- The article is about the most expensive motorcycle from every manufacturer’s history.
- The list includes only new motorcycles and not aftermarket or later models.
- The article only covers companies that are still in existence in some way.
- Norton’s most expensive motorcycle is the V4 SV, costing around $54,000.
- BMW’s most expensive motorcycle is the HP4, costing $78,000.
- The HP4 is made mostly of carbon fiber and weighs 322 pounds dry.
- The article suggests buying and leaving the motorcycles in their crates to sell later for a profit.
- The article also covers Ducati’s most expensive motorcycle, but details are not provided in this section.
This article explores the most expensive motorcycle ever produced by each manufacturer, regardless of when it was released. The list includes both recent limited edition models and older bikes that were expensive when they were first released, adjusted for inflation. The article focuses on companies that are still in existence today, with a few additional companies added to the list. Norton’s V4 SV is the most expensive motorcycle ever made by the company, with a price tag of £44,000 or roughly $54,000. BMW’s most expensive motorcycle is the HP4, which costs $78,000 and boasts a carbon fiber chassis and rims. Ducati’s most expensive motorcycle is the Superleggera V4, which costs $100,000 and is limited to just 500 units. Other manufacturers on the list include Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha, KTM, and MV Agusta. The article notes that while these bikes may be out of reach for most riders, they are impressive examples of engineering and design, and may appreciate in value over time.