The Los Angeles Times just listed the top ten Baddest, Fastest, Most Expensive (street legal) Motorcycles you can buy today. Compare it with your list and tell us what you think:
Erik Buell’s EBR 1190 (Erik Buell Racing)
Legendary designer Erik Buell returned to the retail motorcycle market with the 2013 EBR1190RS. The track version is winning some races, and the street version is turning some heads, but the MSRP is $42,599.
Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic Electra Glide (Harley-Davidson)
This American legend goes whole hog for its 110th-anniversary edition of the classic Electra Glide. U.S. flag not included in the MSRP of $38,799
Indian Chief Vintage Limited Edition (Indian Motorcycles)
The limited-edition run of the Indian Chief Vintage comes complete with leather saddlebags — the better to transport the $37,899 it’ll cost to ride it off the lot.
MV-Agusta F4RR (MV-Agusta) This massive Italian street racer is a MotoGP delight and is seldom seen on American roadways. Maybe it’s the cost: about $32,870.
Ducati Panigale (Ducati)
The Italian motorbike company’s pride and joy is the 1190 Panigale R, believed by some to be the best-handling street-legal MotoGP-style bike available. It costs $29,995.
Honda Gold Wing (American Honda)
Honda’s largest cruiser features an airbag, satellite radio and a navigation system — and a $29,950 MSRP for the fully loaded model.
BMW K 1600 GTL (BMW)
The BMW K 1600 GTL is the company’s flagship road warrior. It features an “adaptive headlight” that moves as you steer, and costs $23,650.
Yamaha Royal Star Venture (Yamaha Star)
The Yamaha marque’s top-of-the-line touring bike is the Royal Star Venture, which will set you back $20,590.
Kawasaki Vulcan 1700 Voyager (Kawasaki Motors Corp.)
This sleek touring bike is Kawasaki’s most expensive model, and clocks in at $19,349.
Triuimph Trophy SE (Triumph)
This English rose features cruise control, electronically adjustable suspension, Bluetooth and a sticker price of $18,999