“Goldfinger” recently sold to an unnamed buyer for $850,000. The bike is gold plated, and covered with 250 diamonds totaling 7 carats. The seat is crocodile skin and all the parts were individually “gold plated” by hand.
Lauge Jensen the man behind the excess says he’s working on a new bike that will easily top $1 million dollars in value. “It’s going to have a lot of stones and diamonds,” he said. “We’re talking pretty wild stuff. It’s a piece of jewelry on two wheels.”
We’re betting you won’t find this bike parked on Main Street in Daytona this week or Sturgis this summer.