Harley Davidson Motorcycle
Pull out all the stops or go unrestrained.
That is the theory behind the Harley-Davidson jewel-encrusted motorcycle from Swiss watch producer and diamond setter Bucherer. The custom-manufactured Blue Edition bicycle took 2,500 hours to assemble. It's fundamentally an extraordinary variant of the organization's Blue Edition watch arrangement.
It's really a lot to take in. It has 360 precious stones all through. It includes a jewel ring — a precious stone band surrounding a 5.40-carat jewel — and watches in plain view under glass vaults. Also, every screw is plated with rose gold. The cowhide saddle is carefully assembled. Overall that, the motor compartment illuminates in blue. The edge, edges, and gearbox coordinate with a glowing blue layer of paint.
There's even a retractable safe — you know, to keep your other costly watches and jewelry safe while you ride on this lavish vehicle.
The bike itself is a custom Harley-Davidson Softail Slim S with a V-twin motor, 100 pull, a unique mark controlled start, and max speed of 116 mph.
Here's a look into the development of this crazy vehicle, which was assembled by a group of eight:
It's being touted as the most costly bike on the planet, with an estimation of nearly $1.9 million.
The disgustingly unrestrained vehicle is in plain view at the Bucherer London store in Selfridges for a couple of more weeks. It will then make a beeline for another undisclosed piece of the world to be exhibited, in light of the fact that, you know, that is your main thing with a $1.8 million bike.