1.   Million Dollar Harley Davidson

This Harley-Davidson bike is the most exclusive bike in the world with a Price Tag of One Million Dollar. The World’s Most Expensive Bike is an artist Design Harley-Davidson. This Harley-Davidson is designed by Jack Armstrong. This Bike is known for its ultimate Styling, Signature Look and a Powerful Six Cylinder engine.  

At cool $1 million, this is the world's first and only million dollar Harley. Artist Jack Armstrong's "Cosmic Starship" Harley-Davidson motorcycle which he painted, has been unveiled at Bartels Harley-Davidson in Marina Del Rey, California (United States) on October 21, 2010.

 Armstrong is renowned for his inimitable painting style called Cosmic Extensionalism and his paintings usually range from $300,000 to $3,000,000. 

   2. Ultra rare Porcupine

Ultra-rare Porcupine is ranked 2nd in the list of the Top 10 Most exclusive bikes in the world. This Ultra Rare porcupine is manufactured during World War II by Asia British Manufacturer Company. This Bike Cost So a great deal due to its history..

3.Dodge Tomahawk V10 Superbike – $555,000

 This reproduction of Dodge’s concept bike is considered an “automotive sculpture,” as it is not street legal in the US. Ten of these bikes were offered by Neiman Marcus in their 2003 Christmas Book. 

The Dodge Tomahawk V10 superbike boasts an 8.3 liter engine (505 cubic inch), and the 10 cylinders can bring the bike to a maximum speed of almost 400 mph. The 1500lb bike has an independent 4-wheel suspension and can reach 60 mph in around 2.5 seconds.

The Tomahawk is a Viper V-10 based motorcycle, a 500 horsepower engine with four wheels beneath it. The engine breathes through twin throttle bodies mounted right up front (the two round things above the front tires are). While the Tomahawk has the same number of tires as a car, it keeps the motorcycle form factor otherwise.

Chrysler sold nine replicas through Neiman Marcus, for $555,000 each. The motorcycles cannot be driven on public roads. A spokesman told Reuters they were meant as rolling sculptures, presumably to avoid legal liability. They are driveable - just not (legally) on public roads.
The rear wheel drive machine uses monocoque construction; the engine is a stressed member. The body is made of billet aluminum.

The Tomahawk concept is an awesome-sounding machine; we saw it started and revved. Clouds of blue smoke vied for attention with the throaty rumble of the mighty V-10, and hitting the gas visibly opened the twin throttle body blades up front where the headlight would normally be. Though deeper and more rumbling than most motorcycles, it did not seem to be louder overall - just deeper, with no shrill overtones

4.Gold Platted Custom Chopper

Gold Plated Custom Chopper is the 3rd most exclusive bike in the world. This Dazzling Motorbike looks more of a Show Stopper .

Than a real Motorbike. This bike has a Gold Platted Metal body. This bike is so good-looking that you have to think one’s or twice before taking it on the road.

TGIF (read – Thank God its Friday)! Another grueling week is finally come to an end and its time for some relaxing yet bewitching bit of news. Stepping in line with the other gilded bikes that have managed to get some space on our blog, take a look at this gold-plated custom chopper that is estimated to carry a maddening tag of $500,000!

 Exhibited at an International Motocycle show in Seattle, this ornamented two- wheeler is more a piece of art than an actual vehicle. If you are wondering that why would some one want to ride it…..then lemme ask, Why not? If you’ve got loads of cash dumped in banks in every corner of the world then who can stop you from splurging. Roll over and let the images do their bit of talking……

5.  Ecosse Titanium Series RR Limited Edition – $275,000

Ecosse Moto Works makes the world’s most extraordinary machines. Their exquisite two-wheeled creations are built to the highest standards, using the most exotic materials in never-before-seen designs. The firm already has the honor of being the maker of the world’s most expensive motorcycle, the Ecosse Titanium Series RR, which costs $275,000. Now, they are updating the Titanium Series RR with the final bike in the Heretic series – the FE Ti XX, which will become the newest most expensive motorcycle in the world, costing a cool$300,000.

The new Ecosse Titanium Series FE Ti XX comes equipped with a 2.4l billet aluminum powerplant that produces an amazing 225hp. The Grade 9 titanium pipes have a ceramic, shot-peened finish and a hydraulic clutch combines with a new exposed carbon belt drive. The Ecosse FE Ti XX comes with a wristwatch from some undisclosed brand.

6.Macchia Nera concept bike – $201,000

Built around a Ducati 998RS engine, this motorcycle’s Italian designers and engineers set out to create an extremely high tech and expensive motorcycle that would be thought of as “the ultimate track bike” that is “simply beautiful and beautifully simple”. 

The Testastretta engine is fitted with lightweight metals and alloys, like titanium and aluminum, making it very lightweight. The view from the side of the Macchia Nera shows exposed belts and engine components, giving its design a minimalist feel while still being aesthetically pleasing.

 We should add that this bike is a one of a kind and not in produced for retail at this point, but if you have an extra 150,000 Euros (US $201,000) laying around for an expensive toy, your dream might come true.

Hub Less Harley Davidson

Over the past few months I have been asked several hundred times what made us build such a bike. After attending Sturgis in 2002 I had seen many motorcycles that were incredible. Seeing these outrageous bikes changed and influenced the way I build today.

The type of bike that drew my attention most was the Hubless motorcycle. I returned several times to where the bikes were being displayed just to see peoples’ reactions, and to ponder how it all functions. 

After literally sitting on the ground and staring at the bikes over several beers, I heard someone say “Oh that’s stupid anybody can build that”, not having to look up at them I knew by the new HD bandana tied around their new HD boots, they had no idea what goes into a free design of a bike nor what a true rider thought or dreamt. 

This started me on a quest for more information for what it really took to build your dream bike. I searched all the builders who had hub-less motorcycles and wanted to see how they were constructed, and learn more about the good, and the bad of this concept. 
A second generation machinist gave me an edge over the other builds. I also had an added resource, the expertise of my father, Howard Sr. “this guy has made parts that were sent to the moon!” Thus the journey began. We wanted to take the same hub-less idea and tweak it. The goal was to make something so radical and different, while producing everything in house. Literally ‘in house”, by that I mean our idea was actually produced in our own home’s garage. Only the chrome and paint were sent outside.

7.Icon Sheene – $160,000

This bike was created by Andrew Morris in honor of legendary British Grand Prix motorcycle champion Barry Sheene, who died in 2003 at the age of 52. As such, only 52 of these 250 hp, turbocharged 1400cc motorcycles will be created, each emblazoned with a playing card hand-painted by the same artist who painted Sheene’s helmets, Mike Fairholme. Each of these bikes will be bespoke, tailored to fit the purchaser’s unique requirements.

Scheduled to make its world public debut at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, the Icon Sheene superbike is reportedly the world’s most expensive and powerful road-going motorcycle. Developed by motorcycle designer and builder Andrew Morris, this amazing bike is dedicated to the legendary racer Barry Sheene.
The motorcycle came to life over a five-year period, thanks to the support of Barry’s widow Stephanie Sheene and friend Steve Parrish. The pictures and specs released by the British maker are meant to tease potential buyers that are willing to pay £107,000 ($160,000) for this beautifully handcrafted superbike. 

Dream wheels: The top ten most expensive cars in the world

Remember how that old saying goes, ” if you have to ask you probably can’t afford it”. Well, that’s exactly what we’ve got going on here.

The following is a list of the top ten most expensive cars in the world. We’ve combed the globe for the finest and most exotic automotive specimens that can zap your bank account faster than they can dash to 60 mph from a dead stop.

And let’s face it, the majority of us will never see these cars in the flesh, let alone own one, but that doesn’t mean we can’t all appreciate (and dream a little) some of the finest and fastest pieces of automotive artwork the world has to offer.

Just a heads up, we’ve excluded classic cars that are being sold at auctions and are widely unavailable.

Ladies and gentlemen, start your engines…

10. McLaren F1 $970,000

The “cheapest” car on this list might just be one of the greatest.
Even though it debuted back in 1992, the McLaren F1 remains one of the fastest and most expensive cars on the market. With a price tag just shy of $1M and a top speed of 240 mph, the F1 was the car plastered on the walls of speed freaks and gearheads growing up in the 90s and early 2000s. McLaren even sought to make the F1 an “everyday” supercar with luxury amenities and seating for three (the driver sits up front and in the center). Mission accomplished.
With only 106 ever made, they are as rare as they are beautiful.  Just don’t crash yours.

9. McLaren P1 $1.1M

 One of two McLarens mentioned in this list, the P1 is as rare as it is impressive. An electric motor attached to the back of a mid-mounted 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 work together to create 903 horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque combined. Top speed is limited to 217 mph, with the P1 making the stride from 0-60 in under three seconds.
Getting your sweaty palms on one of these won’t be easy, though, Only 375 are being made and no doubt a good chunk of them are already spoken for.

8. Zenvo ST1 $1.2M

Hailing from a country not renowned for its automotive industry, Denmark’s Zenvo ST1 has certainly changed all of that.
Expensive ($1.2M) and exclusive (production is limited to only three cars per year) the ST1 features both a turbocharged and supercharged 7.0-liter V8 under its angry hood, giving it a top speed of 233 mph and a 0-60 time of three seconds. And you can even pronounce the name.

7. Maybach Landaulet $1.3M

Easily the slowest on our list of sleek and expensive supercars, what the Maybach Landaulet lacks in acceleration it more than makes up for in appointments.
The limousine-like, four-door sedan features a convertible roof that opens in rear, which means owners of this mega-Mercedes should be chauffeured around instead of setting up behind the wheel.
Adding to its $1.3M price point are other luxurious necessities like hand-polished champagne flutes, a rear-seat refrigerator, an automatic partition between driver and passenger, and an intercom system between the front and rear. No word if any Grey Poupon is included in the price.

7. Ferrari La Ferrari $1.3M

 Italian for ‘the Ferrari”, Maranello’s long-awaited successor to the Enzo supercar is nothing short of stunning. In fact, we’re starting to believe mere words do it little justice.

Our awe aside, the $1.3M Italian stallion pumps out a hefty 789 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque. Power output is increased further via an electric motor, boosting the laferrari’s horsepower to 950 and 664 lb-ft of torque by way of its Kinetic Energy Recovery System (KERS), which is powered by an electric motor.
If you’re thinking of owning one of these babies you better act fast, only 499 units are being made and they’re likely to sell out fast.

7. Pagani Huayra $1.3M

Naming your car after the Incan “God of Winds” seems like a good start for any supercar, a fact the speed-obsessed folks over at Pagani must have known when first drawing up plans for the Huayra (why-rah).
With a top speed of 230 mph, the latest from Pagani can travel almost as fast as the wind, and at $1.3M can empty out your bank account even faster.
Under the svelte hood sits an AMG-sourced, 6.0-liter twin-turbocharged V12 that happily cooks up 730 hp and 740 lb-ft of torque. The Huayra can sprint to 60 mph in 3.3 seconds and as if that wasn’t enough, sports some breathtaking gullwing doors to boot.
Mark us down for two.

6. Koenigsegg Agera R $1.6M

Forget the responsible, safe side (*cough* Volvo!) of Swedish automotive engineering; the Koenigsegg Agera Rs’s calling card has hair-raising performance and neck-snapping speed written all over it. Not exactly your typical Swedish bank vault on wheels.
For $1.6M the Agera R sports a 5.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that creates a king’s ransom in torque, 885 lb-ft to be precise, and an overwhelming amount of horsepower : 1,115!
Racing from 0-60 takes less than three seconds (2.9) with a maximum top speed of 260 mph. Interestingly, the Agera R can actually hit 270 mph but in order to do so owners need to sign a waiver for the speedy Swedes to unlock the speed limiter. Where do we sign?

5. Lamborghini Reventon $1.61M

With a name that sounds more like an electric shaver than a supercar, but just like other Lambos before it, the Lamborghini Reventon hails from Sant’Agata Bolognese and takes its name from a prized Spanish fighting bull that fought during the 1940s.
Only 20 copies have been produced and feature a 6.5-liter V12 engine that produces 650 hp and 478 lb-ft of torque. Top speed is pegged at 211 mpg while the sprint to 60 takes 3.4 seconds.

At $1.6 million the Reventon is the second most expensive Lamborghini behind the ultra-rare Veneno, not including the track-only Sesto Elemento ($2.2M) and the concept Aventador J ($2.8M).

4. Aston Martin One-77 $1.8M


$1.8 million can get you a lot of stuff (use your imagination) but it can also get you exactly one Aston Martin One-77. The British supercar comes packing a 7.3-liter V12 engine that ever so politely (it’s British after all) spits out 750 hp and 533 lb-ft of torque. Top speed is clocked at 220 mph while a 0-60 sprint takes 3.4 seconds.

Yes, $1.8 million is a lot to ask but when you’re Aston Martin and building only 77 examples of the car, it comes with the territory.

4. Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster $1.8M

Unfortunately, the Aston Martin One-77 has to share fourth place with another car. Fortunately, that car is the Zonda Cinque Roadster, made by Italian boutique automaker Pagani.

So what does its $1.85 million price tag snag you? For starters, the Zonda Cinque wears a full carbon-fiber suit with a specially developed carbon-titanium chassis underneath. Weighing in at 2,667 lbs, the Zonda Cinque is actuallyone pound lighter than a Mini Cooper S (2,668 lbs). However, it’s powered by 678 hp and 575 lb-ft of torque AMG-sourced V12 with a top speed of 217 mph and a 0-60 time of 3.3 seconds, making it slightly faster than a Mini Cooper.
Oh, and Pagani only built five of them, so happy hunting.

3. Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse $2.6M

If we’re going to talk about cars worth more than your life, then we’re gonna have to mention Bugatti at some point. The French-made hypercar is rocketed along by a 7.9-liter W16 engine that belts out 1,200 hp and 1,106 lb-ft of torque. The car can sprint to 60 from a standstill in 2.6 seconds and currently holds the record as the fastest open-top convertible with a top speed of 254 mph. It’s brother, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport remains the faster production car in the world with a top speed of 268 mph and can be had for a “only” $2.4M – what a steal!

2. W Motors Lykan Hypersport $3.4M

Think for a second on countries that produce supercars and chances are Lebanon isn’t on your list. But that could very well change with W Motor’s Lykan Hypersport.

We still don’t know a whole lot about the Lykan Hypersport, and official figures have yet to be released or verified but we do know the Middle East’s first supercar is set to sell for $3.4M, feature a turbocharged six-cylinder engine, a top speed of 245 mph, and a 0-60 time of 2.7 seconds.

Yawn, right? Well if that’s not enough to get your majesty excited, the Lykan will feature diamond-coated LED lights, gold-stitched leather seats, and a holographic interface, making it the first car ever to sport such a display.

Ok, moneybags, so what are your chances of snagging one? Well, production numbers remain fuzzy but we’re probably looking at between four and seven being made.

1. Lamborghini Veneno $4M

Lamborghini’s habit of producing jaw-dropping supercars both in price and appearance is renowned the world over, so naturally the Italian automaker saw fit to celebrate its 50 year anniversary the only way it knew how: by releasing the unrepentant piece of motor porn known as the Lamborghini Veneno (Spanish for “poison”). The raging bull’s latest creation debuted at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show and sports a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated (no turbocharging here) V12 that produces 750 horsepower. Top speed is said to be 221 mph with reported 0-60 time of 2.8 seconds.

Thinking of buying one? Don’t. Lamborghini only made three for sale and they’re all already spoken for. Maybe one will turn up on eBay. In 2050.

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