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the Titanium Series the Ti XX is billed as the most expensive motorcycle in the world.
21. 2011 Ducati GP11 VR2 Desmosedici
US$317,862 (sold for EUR245,700) One of two Ducati Desmosedici MotoGP machinesauctioned by Ducati in 2012, this bike was campaigned by the worlds most popular motorcycle racer, Valentino Rossi.
22. 1939 Crocker Big Tank twin
US$302,500 One of the rarest of all American motorcycles, roughly one hundredCrocker V twinswere produced between 1936 and 1942 when the war effort saw the company turn its attention to making aircraft parts. Conceived as performance cruisers, they significantly outperformed the Harley Davidsons and Indians of the day, and they are now among the most desirable collector machines in the world. A modern dayCrocker Motorcycle Companynow makes parts and supplies whole motorcycles in kit form.
23. 1940 Crocker Big Tank twin
US$302,000 An almost identical bike to the 1939 Big Tank above.
24. 1937 Crocker Small Tank twin
US$302, 000 In 1936 the first Crocker Twin motorcycle was released to resounding success and much to Albert Crockers astonishment and joy, he found himself with more orders than his small factory could produce. Such was Crockers confidence in the power and speed of his bikes, that he offered a full refund to any Crocker owner who was beaten by a stock Harley Davidson or Indian. No bike was ever returned for refund.
25. 1915 Iver Johnson twin
US$299,600 One of the most advanced motorcycles of its day, the Iver Johnson motorcycle was the product of a company which primarily produced guns, and the advent of WWI saw the company focus its attention on firearm production resulting in the closure of the motorcycle business. This particular motorcycle was quite remarkably sold in 2012, 97 years after its manufacture, in new, original, and un started condition. It was previously on display at the National Motorcycle Museum.
26. 1940 Brough Superior SS100
US$295,000 This machine is the last Brough Superior SS100 to leave the Nottingham factory, making it the last specimen of the species (at least in its original form
27. 1911 Harley Davidson 7D Twin
US$283,400 The 1911 7D twin was the first Harley v twin with mechanically operated intake valves. Harley history records previous v twins created for racing and promotional purposes, but none are recorded as having been sold, and those that did apparently exist had automatic intake valves that opened by engine vacuum and closed under compression and were close to unrideable. Hence the 7D is the first commercial version of the V twin engine now synonymous with the H D marque.
28. 1937 Crocker Hemi Head
US$276,500 One of only five Hemi Head Crocker V twins manufactured early in 1937, this 1937 Crocker Small tank was restored by Johnny Eagles and on its debut exhibition, took Judges Choice and Best of Show awards at the Del Mar Concours.
29. 1929 Scott Flying Squirrel 600cc
US$276,000 British inventor Alfred Angas Scott did more for the two stroke motorcycle than any other single individual. His water cooled, two stroke twin cylinder bikes were the first two strokes to be competitive in motorcycle racing, gained the outright Isle of Man lap record in 1911, and in the years leading up to WWI were the fastest on the racetrack.
30. 1938 Brough Superior SS100
The bike was sold for GBP

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