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If money was no object – what new bike would you buy?

There are some tricked-up, expensive bikes available to buy, like the new Ducati 1199 Panigale R which has a £26,550 price tag. pollcomment

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bikerpete51

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bikerpete51 says:

ideal bike

None of those...

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Cadwell75

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Cadwell75 says:

None of the above

If money was no object it would a deposit put  down on the (yet to be seen) RC213V road bike.

It's coming and dealers are already taking deposits.

Any road bike that comes from HRC are always a little special.

 

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Big_Boomer

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Big_Boomer says:

You have no imagination

Give me an MTT Turbine Streetfighter. Then I can scare myself silly once or twice, sell it for £100k, pay off my mortgage and buy 2 new bikes, probably a ZZR1400R and GoldWing to keep the missus happy.

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ajdubas

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ajdubas says:

None of the above

If money was no object, I would probably have all of the above (and then some more), just because I could, but if I was limited to one bike, it wouldn't be any of those.

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SatNavSteve

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SatNavSteve says:

Again, none of the above!

Especially the Norton coz I'll probably be in an old peoples home by the time it comes! It would be a Y2K helicopter engined bike, purely for the sound it makes and I doubt anyone else would have one at any bike meet I went to! Just listen to one on Youtube!!!

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slickhillsy

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slickhillsy says:

Desmosedici

Oh...  no, sorry!  Already got one!  :-)

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jim3563

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jim3563 says:

if money was no object, my old guzzi, old gs 750, the wifes james cadet and the moped under a dust cover, would all be put on the road, then a new norton life is all about prioritising possibly

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rlf3

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rlf3 says:

None of the above

If money truly was no object I would buy an original 180 crank Laverda Jota.

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pogo_it

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pogo_it says:

suter gp500

although clearly I would be far too scared to actually use it!

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ImperialManiac

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I don't get British biker's love for sports bikes, they're totally useless 90% of the time.

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