The Most Expensive Motorbike in the World – Harley-Davidson BLUE EDITION

Swiss heritage brand Bucherer has teamed up with Bündnerbike to create a one-of-a-kind motorcycle, to celebrate Bucherer’s Blue Edition collection. Based on a Harley-Davidson Softail Slim S, the bike features a stunning blue paint job, 360 diamonds, gold-plated screws, two safes that are integrated into the tank and contain a one-of-a-kind watch from Carl F. Bucherer as well as rings from Bucherer Fine Jewellery. “It was a long road,” Samir Merdanovic, Head of Manufacture Movements at Carl F. Bucherer said of the development process. “The holder, for example, also serves as a watch winder. The watch is therefore wound regularly and continues to run, even if the motorcycle is not ridden for an extended period.” It took the two companies around 2,500 hours to create this beauty. Priced at 1.8 million CHF ($1.79 million USD) only a single example was produced. And don’t forget to check the list of Top 10 Most Expensive Cars in the World.

L-Concept: Unique Custom Bike Inspired by Star Wars

Bandit9 makes some of the most unique motorcycles in existence, something that’s only demonstrated further by the L-Concept. Billed as a “sci-fi masterpiece,” the L-Concept sports a unibody tank, suspended engine, and maneuver controls that make you feel like you’re piloting a speeder bike on Endor. As you can see, Bandit9 continues to push the envelope, as this bike seems rooted in history but very much from the future, and if Lando rolled up in this thing in Solo: A Star Wars Story, it wouldn’t seem that insane. There will only be nine L-Concepts produced and five of those have already been claimed, so if you want a bike worthy of the Star Wars universe you better act fast. And don’t forget to check other bike from Bandit9 Eve Motorcycle.

Extraordinary White Phantom Motorbike by Kingston Customs

German workshop Kingston Customs created stunning motorbike named White Phantom Motorbike. This motorbike was stemmed from BMW R80RT donor bike. Boasting a 798cc boxer engine that packs quite a punch and a single, horizontally mounted, turbo which is spooled-up by a short pair of headers, this breathtaking machine rides almost as fantastically as it looks visually. The Kingston Customs White Phantom Motorbike is a vintage looking piece of stunning minimalist design which is almost unrecognisable from the bike on which the customization project began. Luxurious and impeccably well crafted, this first rate steed will turn heads everywhere you go and we’re loving the sheer attention to detail that has gone into every element of its crafting. The bike has a fairly simple frame structure that helps improve the performance of the bike and it offers a striking shield which has been coated with a composite material which is commonly used in Formula 1 in order to prevent wires from melting and float bowls boiling and the end result is a contraption that is unparalleled from a visual point of view. The White Phantom Motorbike is merely one in a long line of awesome looking machines and for those with a thing for vintage, cafe racer style bikes, you’re not going to find many rides more extraordinary than this one from German workshop, Kingston Customs.

BOLD – Electric Motorbike Concept by Camal Studio

Today we want to show you stunning motorbike concept BOLD created by Italy based Camal Studio, in collaboration with Tacita (the technology partner) and Alcantara (providing the trims for BOLD’s seat). Made from top to bottom in Italy, the BOLD is a electric bike with 100 horsepower, capable of going from 0 to 100 in 2.9 seconds, and is powered by a 10 Kwh battery that can charge in half an hour. The motorbike has one singular closed form that contributes significantly to its visual bulk, but the color separation, with the silver on top and matte black at the bottom, helps cut the visual mass, making the bike look speedy and streamlined. The most interesting design element is the bike’s visor, which extends all the way over the headlight and even below, creating a sort of protective shield around the front of the bike in a manner that makes it instantly iconic and memorable.

Japan Design: Way of the Samurai Embodied In Motorbike

Take a look at the stunning piece of design from Artem Smirnov and Vladimir Panchenko. The Motorbike From Great Japan takes its aesthetic inspiration from the unique Japanese design spirit and elements of origami and the Samurai way of life. “The Japanese approach to design has always been original, which is the foundation of culture with its art of origami and the samurai spirit. The simplicity and sense of space, and today are recognized in the industrial design of the Japanese brands. But for some reason, this approach is now rarely used in the design of Japanese cars and motorcycles. It felt the impact of the European brands that impose their rules of the game, when an inexperienced user can not tell the Japanese product from the European. It’s time to go back to the roots and make Japan great again!”