What Motorbikes are Expected to be Classics for the Future?
Are you looking to invest in a future classic motorbike? Investing in future classics will always be a good investment as they will become highly sought after and desirable in the years to come. Whether you decide to cash in on your investment down the line or simply turn heads wherever you go, you will find that these are a few of the best bikes to buy that could become classics in the near future.
The FJ1200 from Yamaha first hit the roads in the late 80s and continued into the 90s and 00s and is a much-loved bike. Now could be a good time to invest in this vehicle as the price is set to rise in the coming years and it is likely that they will reach vintage status.
The Suzuki GSX-R1000K5 from 2005 is a bike likely to become a classic in the future thanks to the fact that it was a road bike with an engine that delivered midrange but could also be a race bike. It is also a great looking bike and could be the next classic Suzuki motorbike.
BMW R80 GS
The BMW R80 GS is a familiar sight all over the world as one of the best-sellers globally. The value of the earlier models has already doubled in recent years, which is a clear indicator that it is heading for classic status and could be a smart investment for anyone looking to make money off of a fun investment. If you do decide to invest in the BMW R80 GS or any other potential future classic, make sure that you have insurance coverage and you can take out a multi-bike policy if you have more than one.
Triumph Daytona 675
For those looking to buy a future classic for a low initial price, the Triumph Daytona 675 is a good option in the used market. Triumph halted production in 2016 as a result of falling demand and strict EU emission standards, but second-had prices are already started to slowly rise so now is a good time to get in on the investment before it skyrockets.
If you are thinking about investing in a future classic motorbike, these are a few of teh best options worth looking into. The prices look set to rise over the years, which means that they could be both a sensible and fun investment for anyone with a passion for motorbikes.
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