Brad Pitt is one of Hollywood’s most successful actors. He is one of those celebrities who spend no money on luxury, and why not when you make crazy money from movies. Although he has planes and a few cool cars, that’s not what he’s known for.
Once upon a time in hollywood the actor has a whole collection of bikes. Like many collectors, the actor does not stick to a particular brand or type. It does appear to have a penchant for cafe racers and custom V-twin bikes, however.
Husqvarna Nuda 900R
Brad Pitt is one of the few people who own a Husqvarna Nuda 900R. It has a 900cc engine developed by BMW and developed by Husqvarna in an exposed trellis frame. The bike is also equipped with high quality racing components and proudly displays Husqvarna’s distinctive red and white racing colors.
Shinya Kimura Custom
The Fight Club actor is a huge fan of Samurai Choppers and Rad Cafe Racers. He owns a custom bike built by Shinya Kimura with a 1974 Ducati engine. This custom bike is a Cafe Racers that has an oil cooler that is packaged next to the headlight giving the bike an asymmetrical look. It shows the world how good Japanese designs are.
Scotland Titanium XX Series
In 2013, Brad Pitt purchased a Scotland Titanium Series XX custom bike that would have been the most expensive motorcycle in the world at the time. The motorcycle’s price was estimated at $ 300,000 in 2013.
Gasoline Alley / Indian Larry
Brad Pitt owned a Larry Indian bicycle and it was reportedly made from scratch in the store’s Brooklyn boutique. Reports have also said that the iconic Indian Larry downtube is made of steel heated to 900 degrees and then twisted by hand. The price of the motorcycle starts at $ 65,000.
Engineering type zero9
Pitt bought a Type 9 from Zero Engineering from the world famous garage originally founded by Shinya Kimura. The bike has a multi-link rear suspension which features a four-link monoshock assembly but looks like a hardtail.
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