Must be nice to be Gotham City’s billionaire, with your own research and development department, head of your own company, have a mansion and be Batman. He famously got on this crazy looking “bike” in the Dark Knight, to battle the Joker and his goons. It looked the business. I think if he lived in a nice wet country like Scotland, the bike would have some kind of front and rear hugger to keep the spray from those tyres from covering you, the fund would be a nice touch though.
No, it’s not been in a horrible accident, this is the Yamaha V-max that replaced the Harley in the second Ghost Rider film. It takes a lot for Americans to change an America classic for a Japanese cruiser, but the V-max is an incredible machine, menacing, iconic looks, producing more than 200hp from the 1,700cc engine. Unfortunately it didn’t make the film a classic, but it certainly helped Yamaha promote their flagship cruiser. If you have one, you can pretend your Johnny Blaze, but don’t go setting it on fire, thats just special effects.