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Is this the world’s most expensive bike?

  1. Yep, one MILLION dollars. That’s £649,169. For a motorbike frame. That looks like it’s been in the sea for a few decades.

    Obviously, to qualify as a motorbike there are other requirements beyond the frame. Like an engine. In this case, it’s a 125hp, 1.8-litre V-Twin with a six-speed gearbox that’s pushing along 315 kilos of gold.

    So who on earth built it? A motorbikeist called Tarhan Telli, who runs TT Custom Choppers, put it together before approaching the Guinness Book of World Records to have ‘Medusa’ certified as the world’s most expensive motorbike.

    Like it, TopGear.commers?

  2. Yep, one MILLION dollars. That’s £649,169. For a motorbike frame. That looks like it’s been in the sea for a few decades.

    Obviously, to qualify as a motorbike there are other requirements beyond the frame. Like an engine. In this case, it’s a 125hp, 1.8-litre V-Twin with a six-speed gearbox that’s pushing along 315 kilos of gold.

    So who on earth built it? A motorbikeist called Tarhan Telli, who runs TT Custom Choppers, put it together before approaching the Guinness Book of World Records to have ‘Medusa’ certified as the world’s most expensive motorbike.

    Like it, TopGear.commers?

  3. Yep, one MILLION dollars. That’s £649,169. For a motorbike frame. That looks like it’s been in the sea for a few decades.

    Obviously, to qualify as a motorbike there are other requirements beyond the frame. Like an engine. In this case, it’s a 125hp, 1.8-litre V-Twin with a six-speed gearbox that’s pushing along 315 kilos of gold.

    So who on earth built it? A motorbikeist called Tarhan Telli, who runs TT Custom Choppers, put it together before approaching the Guinness Book of World Records to have ‘Medusa’ certified as the world’s most expensive motorbike.

    Like it, TopGear.commers?

  4. Yep, one MILLION dollars. That’s £649,169. For a motorbike frame. That looks like it’s been in the sea for a few decades.

    Obviously, to qualify as a motorbike there are other requirements beyond the frame. Like an engine. In this case, it’s a 125hp, 1.8-litre V-Twin with a six-speed gearbox that’s pushing along 315 kilos of gold.

    So who on earth built it? A motorbikeist called Tarhan Telli, who runs TT Custom Choppers, put it together before approaching the Guinness Book of World Records to have ‘Medusa’ certified as the world’s most expensive motorbike.

    Like it, TopGear.commers?

  5. Yep, one MILLION dollars. That’s £649,169. For a motorbike frame. That looks like it’s been in the sea for a few decades.

    Obviously, to qualify as a motorbike there are other requirements beyond the frame. Like an engine. In this case, it’s a 125hp, 1.8-litre V-Twin with a six-speed gearbox that’s pushing along 315 kilos of gold.

    So who on earth built it? A motorbikeist called Tarhan Telli, who runs TT Custom Choppers, put it together before approaching the Guinness Book of World Records to have ‘Medusa’ certified as the world’s most expensive motorbike.

    Like it, TopGear.commers?

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