David Beckham’s Triumph is called DBSC British Customs. The famous footballer asked the iconic motorcycle manufacturer to modify a Triumph Bonneville T100 just for him, so they created the exclusive DBSC.
We don’t know how much he paid for it and the model is not for sale to the general public. It features rugged off-road parts and the company’s vintage look. In the 2014 BBC documentary, “Into the Unknown,” Beckham rides the back roads of Brazil.
Olivia Munn has been into motorcycles forever because her brothers owned a custom bike shop when she was growing up. She loves her Harley but would only take it out when she felt it was safe to ride, between 2 am and 4 am.
Her friends teased her relentlessly, so she took her chopper out at midday. She was spooked by heavy daytime traffic and turned around to head home. On the way back, she spotted a coyote and freaked out. She skidded and tipped over. The "Magic Mike" star has the scar to prove it.
According to "Vogue UK," Brad Pitt’s preferred method of transportation is by motorcycle. Usually, he’s on his BMW 1200 GS, but he has a collection to choose from. He sunk some serious green into a vintage WWII bike and owns pricey rides like the Ecosse Titanium Series XX.
He owns a Ducati, a Yamaha R1, and a hand-built Indian Larry custom chopper. What does he love best about bikes? Outrunning the paparazzi, of course!
Marisa Miller adores her Harley-Davidson, and the American Hog manufacturer feels the same about her. The supermodel was featured in a super hip and sensual ad campaign for the motorcycle company when the Victoria's Secret Angel became the face of H-D in 2008.
Specifically, she was pictured straddling the V-Rod Muscle Harley, making her the company’s first spokesperson. One of those V-Rods was comped to her, part of the deal, naturally.
When "Sons of Anarchy" creator Kurt Sutter approached Stephen King with a part in his series, King jumped at the opportunity. It was a sweet deal that only got sweeter when he found out he’d get to ride a bright red H-D Road-Glide.
On his website, the author described the bike as, “A little tricked-out for my taste, and if I’d dropped it I never would have been able to pick it up, but I would have been glad to take it home (sadly, no deal)." Darn! Not every story has a happy ending - especially when it comes to Stephen King.