29 Mar
The Titanium Series FE Ti XX is most expensive bike in the world

Denver, CO-based luxury motorcycle builder Ecosse Moto Works claimed to have the world’s most expensive motorcycle, the Titanium Series RR, which costs $275,000. Now they’re making a newer edition, the Titanium Series FE Ti XX, which will usurp the title of World’s Most Expensive with its pricetag of $300,000. The final bike in Ecosse’s Heretic series, the motorcycle features a 2,409 cc billet engine with a blistering 225 hp to the rear wheel. It also has an exposed carbon-belt drive with a hydraulically actuated clutch, and it’s Grade 9 titanium exhaust pipes have a ceramic media shot-peened finish. Aesthetically the bike features a carbon fiber finish, and a saddle crafted by high-end Italian leather maker Berluti. Only 13 examples of the highly limited edition FE Ti XX series will ever be made. Of course Ecosse won’t stop there —when released, the upcoming ES1 model will knock off its Titanium Series FE Ti XX brethren with its own $350,000 price tag.

A couple more detail shots of the Ecosse Titanium Series FE Ti XX after the Jump…

via Robb Report

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