Ferrari Motorcycle Sold for GBP85,000. Is Ugly!
Most Ferrari badges are stuck the the sexy bodywork of a two-seater supercar, but in one very rare exception the Prancing Horse can do a wheelie. The bike built by David Kay Engineering supposedly has a one-off 900cc, transverse, double overhead camshaft, four cylinder, eight valve unit with magnesium and alloy casings.
The braking is done using a set of Brembo discs with 6 pot calipers to the front and 4 at the rear. It’s not going to set any records either, with only 105 hp available at 8,8000rpm.
Although it’s not very cool, and has very limited appeal for riders, the only ‘official’ Ferrari bike sold for £85,000 ($138,000 at today’s exchange rate).
However, it's one of the ugliest things we've seen all year. Any second-hand Ducati out there looks a million times better, and that's why it's our pic of the day - people will buy anything with a Ferrari badge!