From Ninja H2 To Confederate X132 Hellcat: MS Dhoni's Bike Collection & Price List
MS Dhoni is hailed as one of the most successful captains in the history of cricket. Dhoni, who took over the captaincy from Sourav Ganguly, took the Indian cricket team to the number one position under his leadership, having won all the major ICC trophies. Under his captaincy, team India won the inaugural T20 World Cup win in 2007, the ODI World Cup victory in 2011, and the Champions Trophy title two years later. He also secured the ICC Test Mace twice during his captaincy in the longest format of the game. Apart from his amazing captaincy and keeping and batting skills, Dhoni is known for his admirable collection of bikes and cars.
MS Dhoni's love for motorcycles is known to all. His love for bikes goes back to his early days of college when he used to ride a Rajdoot and over the years, he has added some really amazing possessions to his collection. Now the count of his motorcycles crosses 100. Dhoni also got his Yamaha RD350 rebuilt a few years back, which was one of his first bikes.
Dhoni's bike collection is second to none across the country. Bikes like Kawasaki Ninja H2, Confederate Hellcat, BSA, and a Norton Vintage bike are some of the few highlights of his garage.
Here, in this article, we will share details of some of the bikes from Dhoni's huge collection and will also tell you about their price. Check out the list:
|Sl no.||Bike||Model||Price (INR Lakhs)|
|12||TVS||Apache RR 310||2-3|
Here’s a sneak peek into MS Dhoni’s garage:
Talking about MS Dhoni, the star cricketer has announced his International retirement. However, his last game for the national team had come more than a year before that. He last played for the national team in the semi-final of the 2019 Cricket World Cup against New Zealand at Manchester's Old Trafford Cricket Stadium.
He will be next seen in action in the upcoming 2023 edition of the Indian Premier League, plying his trade for his side Chennai Super Kings. The upcoming edition of the IPL could be Dhoni's last IPL season.