23 Motorcycles That Are a Huge Waste of Money


Any chance you have a spare two hundred grand laying around?

Well then let me present for you a shopping guide to the World’s most expensive (and wasteful) motorcycles.

I’m sure we’ll see the Rich Kids of Beverly Hills using these for their selfies, while of course never actually riding them, smh.

1. Suzuki AEM Carbon Fiber Hayabusa Costs $160,000


The Suzuki Hayabusa was released in the late 1990’s and claimed the title of the world’s fastest production motorcycle, reaching speeds of over 188 miles per hour, a distinction it still holds to this day. And in spite of the tire-shredding speeds, it’s capable of, it’s still reported to be a well-behaved road bike. But for some people, the words “well-behaved” means that Suzuki left something on the production floor, and those people won’t stop till they get more. Which is where the AEM Carbon Fiber Hayabusa comes in. The carbon fiber Hayabusa is just that: a Hayabusa where as many parts as possible have been made with carbon fiber. This reduces weight significantly but adds to the price even more. Where a regular Hayabusa can be had for just over $15,000 new, the carbon fiber Hayabusa will set you back over $160,000…which is about $150,000 more performance than most people will ever need.

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