The World’s Most Expensive Motorcycle: Harley-Davidson Blue Edition

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Have you ever wonder how does The Most Expensive Motorcycle in the world? We give you a hint: it is as blue as the sea. Or even more. The Harley-Davidson Blue Edition is a US$1.9 million cruiser that comes with two free watches, so some might consider it a big bargain.

Harley Davidson Blue

Bucherer Fine Jewellery, Carl F Bucherer watchmakers, and Bündnerbike have teamed up to create the most insane motorcycle you have ever seen. So, why don’t you have a ride?

Harley Davidson Blue

Every metallic element found on this one-of-a-kind motorcycle has been produced, welded and polished by hand, with various parts of the motorcycle even gold-plated.

Harley Davidson Blue

Notable design elements include its rotating camshaft visible through a window in the camshaft housing, along with the valve control and gold throttle valves.

The 100PS motor has been illuminated with heat-resistant LEDs, making it the world’s first motorcycle to have a motor that is lit up from the inside.

Harley Davidson Blue

Perhaps the admirable element is the iridescent paintwork. The entire motorcycle was silver-plated, before six coats of the intense blue.

Harley Davidson Blue

These display cases house a six-prong Heaven solitaire ring with a 5.40-carat diamond, and a custom-made watch, which is based on the Patravi TravelTec II, under an armored glass dome.

Harley Davidson Blue

Harley Davidson Blue

These domes are made to isolate their contents from vibrations and include watch winders to save owners from the demanding task of doing it on their own.

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