Multimillionaire Lewis Hamilton Splurges on Insane Super Bikes Featuring in His High-Speed Garage

Published 09/26/2022, 5:02 AM EDT
Formula One F1 – Monaco Grand Prix – Circuit de Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco – May 27, 2022 Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton rides a motorcycle ahead of practice REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

Winning the Formula 1 world championship on seven occasions definitely earns one plenty of fame and recognition. Needless to say, Lewis Hamilton has earned plenty of fame and glory so far in his career. However, apart from goodwill, this kind of success also comes with monetary gains and plenty of endorsements.

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With the endorsements, the prize money, and the F1 salary, Hamilton has amassed a massive $285 million dollar fortune. What do men who love racing do with more money than they can count? They buy extremely fast cars and bikes, and Hamilton is a mere mortal.

The motorcycle collection of the Mercedes world champion

The Briton is a massive fan of the two-wheelers and the racing aspect of it as well. The F1 champion has confessed on multiple occasions his respect for MotoGP.

In an interview, Hamilton even said, “I think MotoGP is more hardcore.” And added, “We watch [MotoGP] in complete shock. It is nerve-wracking.” Not just that, Hamilton swapped rides with the MotoGP world champion Valentino Rossi in 2019.

Hamilton loves MotoGP, so it’s no surprise he has a massive bike collection as well.

VALENCIA, SPAIN. DECEMBER 09. Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and AMG Petronas F1 Team Mercedes. Valentino Rossi of Italy and Yamaha Factory Racing swapped their respective helmet. (Photo by Guido De Bortoli/Getty Images for Monster Energy)

Perhaps not as expensive and exorbitant as his car collection, Hamilton does own some extraordinary bikes in his collection.

1. MV Agusta Dragster RR LH44: The first in the series of limited edition bikes in collaboration with MV Agusta. Hamilton and the Italian manufacturers’ first collaboration was a huge success. However, only 244 lucky people could get their hands on the Hamilton edition of the Dragster.

2. MV Agusta F4 LH44: They liked it so much they did it again. The second collaborative effort with the Italian bike manufacturer Hamilton worked on the F4. However, they were stringy with the manufacturing units with only 44 units produced.

3. Brutale 800 RR LH44: And again. The Italian brand collaborated with Hamilton for the third time. The Brutale 800 Hamilton edition will only see 144 units reach the market. We’re expecting that’s 144 excluding the one Hamilton owns.

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4. Ducati Monster 1200: Hamilton sports a monster in his garage which is silver, similar to his F1 car. He also loves the Monster 1200, perhaps not similar to his 2022 F1 car.

5. Honda CRF450RK Motor Cross Bike and Maverick X3: Hamilton owns the Maverick X3 and a motor cross bike for their off-road capabilities. The adrenaline junkie has two off-road vehicles on hand just in case the 6×6 G63 feels too safe.

6. Harley Davidson: We’re not sure if Hamilton owns a Harley, but it definitely brings sour memories. The Briton was being investigated by the New Zealand police as selfies of him while riding emerged on Snapchat.

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With every passing year, the massive collection only grows and we just might see a time when Hamilton starts showcasing his collection.

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Mahim Suhalka

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Mahim Suhalka is an F1 Author at EssentiallySports. This Sports Management post-graduate is an ardent supporter of the Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 team and their lead driver, Lewis Hamilton. The fact that Lewis dominated one of the most expensive sports in the world for all these years, despite his humble beginnings, has been a huge inspiration for Mahim and has made him a tenured fan of the competitive sport itself.

Edited By: Ankit Sharma

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