This is an exact replica of the light bike used in the 1982 movie "Tron." While the bike is fully operational — don't expect a trail of light to take out those annoying drivers!
The B120 Wraith is made out of aircraft grade billet aluminum and carbon fiber. Even though the bike looks like it could speed away from any situation, the engine would say otherwise — it only cranks out 125 horsepower.
Featuring a 1200cc Ducati engine, the Vyrus 987 C3 4V weighs in at an astonishingly low 350 pounds. If you’ve got almost $104,000 burring a hole in your pocket, you could own the same bike Tom Cruise owns!
The MV Agusta pushes out 200hp and boasts engine values designed in collaboration with Ferrari. To achieve this, bike is practically hand-built from scratch.
The MH TT was built to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Mike Hailwood’s victory at the “Isle of Man.” Only 12 of these bikes were ever made — talk about an exclusive!
This is NCR’s first bike that’s been cleared for street use. The Leggera weighs in at 328 pounds, thanks to its sleek titanium frame.
Only 52 of these babies were ever produced. This Icon pays tribute to the late World GP champion Barry Sheene. 52 isn't just a random production number, either — there is a different playing card painted on each of the bikes to represent a full deck of cards.
This MTT sports a jet engine made by Rolls-Royce. While the Turbine Superbike doesn’t require jet fuel to operate, it still pumps out a crazy 420 horsepower.
The Macchia Nera translates to the “black spot” in Italian, which you would leave you to believe this bike is as cool as it is fast, right? Wrong. The Macchia Nera nets 185hp, but is packed within world class design and build quality.
Even though it weighs 1,500 pounds, this crazy bike can go from zero to 60 in just 2.5 seconds! Dodge emphasized that the bikes were meant to be “rolling sculptures” and are not intended to be on the roads.
This Harley Davidson is the only American motorcycle that exceeds one million dollars. Famous painter Jack Armstrong hand painted this beauty, which reflects its high price — Armstrong’s paintings regularly go for over $300,000!
The Yamaha BMS features a 1,700cc V-twin engine. While that is impressive, it’s not why the bike is so expensive. The seat is upholstered in red velvet and the majority of the bike is coated with 24 karat gold!
An oldie, but goodie. This Hildebrand & Wolfmuller was the first motorcycle ever produced. Most examples of this bike are showcased in museums, so getting your hands on one would be a difficult task.
Only 10 of the Spirits were ever made. The Spirit was custom built to each rider, so none of the bikes were made the same way! To top it all off — you had to complete a two-week class to prove you were competent enough to ride one.
There were only four versions of the Porcupine motorcycle produced. Legendary rider Les Graham used this bike to win the World Championship in 1949, and remains one of the rarest bikes in the world.
While there are rarer bikes out there — only 45 of the Fighters were made — and this baby went for the highest price. When it went to auction, the Fighter’s price started out at $110,000, but ended up being purchased for a staggering $11 million!