This is some interesting stuff I got from a Ferrari Forum that I visit. I will quote peoples posts on there.
"The only Ferrari motorcycle ever built (see pic). It's the Ferrari 900cc four-cylinder dohc motorcycle built by Kay Engineering with full written sanction from the Ferrari company as a tribute to Enzo Ferrari. Five years in the making, this unique one-off engineering masterpiece is totally unused. Engine casings are all cast magnesium, with cam-covers featuring the unmistakable prancing horse symbol cast into the end caps. The bodywork is made entirely of hand-beaten aluminium finished in Ferrari racing red. This machine will be displayed on the Phil Cotton's Motorcycles stand - and offered for sale at a non-negotiable price of £250,000."
actually its not the only Ferrari motorcycle ever built.
"In the 50's there was a company that made "Ferrari" motorcycles. They were the Ferrari Bros. Motorcycle Company. No relation to Enzo. But the brothers were indeed named Ferrari. Ferrari (the car co. ) sued over use of the name. It took several years to settle the lawsuit, and the cost of the legal battle put the motocycle co. under."
"This F4 was one of only two,made in 2000 to celebrate ferrari winning the f1 championship.
Ferraris MD Luciano Guerri asked his friend and MV F4 Guru Massimo Tambarini to make two F4s in ferrari F1 livery. One went to Luciano and one went to Shuey. The bikes are all carbon fiber and have the SPR engine in along with the R33 exhaust. So this to is an official ferrari bike. Ervine got the very first "ORO" edition F4.
Worth noting is that ferrari designed the MV Agusta cylinder head and the 4 tail pipes of the F4 were done so after an F40s exhaust system was striped and studied."
Some interesting stuff. Anyone else have any info/pics regarding the Ferrari bikes. I also know there was a one off Lamborghini motorbike made. I had pics of it, I'll look for them.