From $4,100 to $8,000, a new bike can cost more than $12,000 in Australia.
This is because rental fees vary from city to city, according to a study by The Sydney Morning Herald.
There are also various forms of insurance and tax.
It’s estimated that bikes are worth $13 billion in Australia, or about 6.3% of the country’s GDP.
Here are the top five most expensive bikes to rent, according.1.
Kawasaki Ninja 650 – $8.5 million2.
Suzuki GSXR750 – $7.5 to $12 million3.
Suzuki KSR650 – $5.3 to $7 million4.
Suzuki ZX650 – 1.2 million to $5 million5.
Ducati Scrambler – $4.9 million (estimate) The Kawasaki, which was launched in 1998, has seen a surge in popularity.
It is still a relatively expensive bike, but it has become cheaper than the Ducati, which started out at $12.2million in 2003.
However, it still costs about twice as much as the Suzuki.
Its top selling model is the Ninja 650, which retails for about $7million in the US.
The Suzuki, which is often regarded as a mid-range, is also expensive.
The most expensive bike to rent is the Suzuki KKR 650, a 250cc, four-stroke, twin-cylinder four-cylinders engine that has been around since 1999.
It has been sold in more than 30 countries.
It retails at $5million.
The Ducati’s biggest seller is the Ducatime, which has a 750cc, twin engine, four cylinder, fourstroke engine that retails from about $4million.
It costs around $6million in Australia and is one of the more popular bikes in the country.
The cheapest bike to lease is the Kawasaki R750, which costs about $3.5million, and the Suzuki GS500, which sells for $2.5m.
However they are both very limited in their availability.
A bike that is more expensive than a bike is a bargain.
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