Which Celebrities Are Motorbike Enthusiasts?


There are many celebrities that favour two wheels over 4 and enjoy the thrill of riding a motorbike. However, not only are motorbikes a big hit with celebrities, classic cars also make for a popular choice. Both these are accessible to everyone, and if it is something that would interest you, then it could be worth looking into and ensuring you have the right insurance which allows you participate in competitions, drive/ride around and ultimately, enjoying yourself!

In this article though, we will be mainly focusing on what who are a few of the biggest celebrities that happen to motorbike enthusiasts.

Tom Cruise

It is not much of a surprise to learn that one of Hollywood’s biggest action stars is also a motorbike enthusiast, especially when he has been seen riding one in a number of popular films (he often does his own stunts). Tom Cruise has been spotted in real life riding a number of bikes, including the stunning Vyrus 987 C3 V4 which is worth around £100,000.


Pink has a reputation for being somewhat of a rebel and hardcore, so the fact that she is a motorbike enthusiast is not much of a surprise. The pop singer is even married to motocrosser Carey Hart and the pair have regularly been spotted riding around L.A with the Pink opting for a modified Triumph T100 Bonneville.

Ewan McGregor

Ewan McGregor is well-known in the motorcycling world for his hugely popular motorcycle travel series called ‘Long Way Round’, ‘Long Way Down’ and ‘Long Way Up’ with Charley Boorman where the pair embark on extreme motorcycle adventures. McGregor is a passionate motorcycle enthusiast and known to be the proud owner of a unique collection of classic Moto Guzzis.

Keanu Reeves

Another Hollywood star with a passion for motorbikes is Keanu Reeves who even has his very own motorcycle company – Arch Motorcycle Company and the star of The Matrix also has an impressive collection himself.

David Beckham

David Beckham is famous for many things and one of the most idolised celebrities on the planet. He is also a massive motorcycle enthusiast with a variety of custom Harley Davidson’s and he was even in a BBC documentary where he and three friends went on a motorcycle adventure in Brazil for the world cup titled ‘Into the Unknown’.

These are a few of the biggest celebrities that are also motorcycle enthusiasts. It is interesting to see which stars prefer two wheels to four and, for any motorcyclist, finding out that a celebrity is a fellow rider will always help you to see them in a better light

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