13 Sep 2017

Most Expensive Bikes in the World Part 2!

If you thought that the previous bikes were expensive, then these next few entries will blow everything out of the water. Whatever the reason may be, bike companies are constantly putting out luxury bikes for wealthy customers to indulge on. If they have that much money to spend, then we are definitely not judging. But to think that some of these bikes cost a lot more than most people’s paychecks can be surprising at times. With the previous three entries, it would only be logical to assume that the next few entries will cost a lot more than them. Here are some of the most expensive bikes in the world part 2!

Kaws – Trek Madone – $160,000

To continue with the series, this next bike is yet another entry from the Trek Madone brand. The Kaws – Trek Madone bike is priced at a hundred and sixty thousand dollars, much more expensive than the previous three entries. What makes this bike one of a kind is the person that rode it. Lance Armstrong, one of the most recognized and most decorated athletes of all time, rode it back in the year 2009 and it was specifically designed for him by Trek Madone.

Trek Yoshimoto Nara – $200,000

Priced at just about two-hundred thousand dollars, this particular mountain bike is personally designed by Japanese artist Yoshimoto Nara. Extreme competition is this bike’s expertise because of it’s ideal weight and size. One of many bikes that were made to honor Lance Armstrong, the Trek Yoshimoto Nara is truly a magnificent work of art. It’s color scheme are light hues of yellow and blue with cartoon children designs and bold letters. It is the perfect bike for display and for competition.

Trek Butterfly Madone – $500,000

And finally, the most expensive bike in the world is just about half a million dollars. Without a doubt, it is definitely larger than life. But what makes it so expensive? The Trek Butterfly Madone lives up to it’s name because this bike actually has real butterflies embedded into the design. It was a tribute to Lance Armstrong in his incredible feat after surviving cancer.

With price tags of over a hundred thousand dollars, only the richest of the rich can afford to buy these luxury bikes. They can be used for riding or displaying, it all depends on the preference of the buyer. However, whatever the reason may be, these are definitely bikes that are for those who live life in the lap of luxury.