Is this the most expensive Harley-Davidson in the world?

H-D expert Bündnerbike together with Swiss watchmaker Carl F. Bucherer has probably created the most expensive Harley-Davidson in the world.

The Harley-Davidson Softail Slim S Blue Edition comes with over 360 diamonds, custom watches, and jewellery.

Those who are interested in the Blue Edition can get it for a cool £1.4 million (around RM7.42 million).

We’ve seen, witness, and ridden some of the world’s most expensive bikes in the world. The most expensive one that has graciously received our behinds would be the Honda RC213V-S which is a cool RM1 million each but one look at this particular custom Harley-Davidson and it takes the whole lot.

This is the collaboration between the American motorcycle manufacturer and Swiss watchmaker, Carl F. Bucherer. Together with H-D expert Bündnerbike, this mean blue machine is based on the Harley-Davidson Softail Slim S.

The end result is something they called the Blue Edition and with over 2,500 hours of customised labour thrown into the bike build, the finished product is nothing but astounding. Encrusted with more jewels than any bike ever needs, it is quite a fine looker.

To make things even more extravagant, over 360 diamonds (yes, diamonds) have been encrusted in areas like the forks, handlebars, and more. Other specs include gold-plated throttle valves and screws plus two safes integrated into the fuel tank that houses a special Carl F. Bucherer custom watch and a diamond ring from Bucherer Fine Jewellery.

The asking price? How about £1.4 million (around RM7.42 million)? Talk about the lavish lifestyle on two wheels…

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A passionate individual when it comes to anything related to two wheels (or sometimes more), he enjoys the chaotic and magical world of motorsports as much as riding leisurely to the shops on his beloved Vespa. With an education-based background, he is always eager to learn and share about the poetic arts of motorcycling.

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