Gold is what steels the show. Finished with 24ct gold plating, the 3.5-meter Nehme-sis is all about showing off that bling. The bike has been flaunted at shows in the US including cities like Seattle and at the 2007 International Motorcycle Show and this is the first international appearance for the 1700 cc gold monster. The bike is worth for a minimum of $300,000 and if that isn’t enough, the Nehme-sis, which is built on Yamaha’s Road Star model, comes with humungous 360mm rear wheel. Built in Florida by BMS choppers, this metric chopper is the first metric chopper to win the Biketoberfest Rats Hole show in the show’s 38-year history. The CRC Speedshow is scheduled for July next year and Kiwi bike fans are in for a treat with the magnificent gilded monster of a chopper.