If you are a fan of Hollywood actor Brad Pitt, you definitely know that he has an amazing collection of Motorcycles. Being the bike enthusiast he is, he has a very enviable collection. For some people, motorcycles are far better than cars. It is the way to feel the air and the vibe, and it shows what kind of life you are leading.
Pitt’s many box office successes have earned him hundreds of millions of dollars, and with that kind of cash, he has bought an enviable fleet of cars, motorcycles, and even a private jet. Pitt’s collection is both eclectic and very expensive, with the total worth of all his vehicles stretching to seven figures. From eco-friendly utility cars to the world’s most expensive motorcycles, let’s have a look at the top five of Brad Pitt motorcycle collection.
Brad Pitt Motorcycle Collection
BMW R1150GS Adventure
BMW Motorrad assembled this bike back in late 2005, and it is still one of the actor’s favorite machines. It is a powerful motorcycle, equipped with a 1130cc horizontally-opposed flat-twin engine and it can go as fast as 200 km/h. This is a good choice for both the track and the street, and we are sure Brand Pitt rides it quite often.
Shinya Kimura custom
Pitt really loves Rad Café Racers and Samurai chopper and that’s why he has a customized motorcycle built by the famous Shinya Kimura. The custom bike is a Café Racers with the only recognizable part being the 1974 Ducati engine. The oil cooler of the bike sits next to the headlight giving it an asymmetrical appearance.
The first time this bike was on display was at the 2006 Italian Grand Prix at Mugello. Ducati claimed that it was the first true road replica of a MotoGP racing motorcycle and that is the reason this model stands out in Brad Pitt’s motorcycle collection. The RR is equipped with a 989cc engine, carbon fiber body, and titanium valves.
Royal Enfield Bullet 500
This bike is truly an Indian beast, and it has been in production for the last 75 years, which says a lot about its popularity and power. Over the last few years, it has changed and evolved, but the model in Pitt’s garage is the classic one with a reliable engine and powerful frame.
The Triumph Bonneville is a classic bike every serious motorcycle collector needs to have in their fleet. The initial models used a 650cc parallel-twin engine based on the Triumph Tiger 110 while the later versions incorporated a new frame that integrated an engine oil tank instead of using a separate one.