It is well known the fans of the Milan striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic for high-performance vehicles, whether sports cars or motorcycles. Also, Harley-Davidson machines are one of his passions. And now she has uploaded a photo to the Instagram account of her posing with his new acquisition, a preparation of the Harley-Davidson V-Rod totally black.
Ibrahimovic’s fervor for two wheels goes back a long time. In 2009, the year he signed for Barcelona, it was learned that had purchased another V-Rod from a dealer in Stockholm. Specifically, a Muscle VRSCF version for which he requested several modifications.
The motorcycle it had a price of 20,000 eurosbut the customizations requested by the footballer raised the price in other €10,000.
Already during his stay in Los Angeles, when he played for the Galaxy, Ibrahimovic could be seen in another video from your Instagram account on the back of another custom wearing a tank top and a black full-face helmet.
Back in Milan, a few months ago, he starred in another photo riding a new Harley Davidson around Lake Como with his teammate Hakan Calhanoglu.
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The case of Zlatan and his social media exposure riding a motorcycle It is an almost exceptional circumstance. There are plenty of other players who probably ride motorcycles, but they don’t flaunt it.
In addition, generally, internal regimes of the clubs footballers are prohibited from carrying out dangerous activities involving risk of injury, such as skiBicycling, go paragliding or skydiving, climbing and of course riding a motorcycle. In any case, some footballers have been seen riding on two wheels, on some occasions after their retirement from the pitch.
The Real Madrid goalkeeper driving a scooter with Sara Carbonero.
The Argentine star has been photographed driving a jet ski with one of his children.
The Barça defender went to training on a bicycle that was approved as a moped.
The Real Madrid striker also made use of the jet ski during the holidays and shared the images on his Twitter account. Twitter.
The English footballer was prohibited by contract from riding a motorcycle, but after his retirement he has been seen on numerous occasions with his Triumph Bonneville T120.
The Basque midfielder for Real Sociedad and Real Madrid gave himself a customized classic BMW shortly after hanging up his boots.
The exporter of Celta, Real Madrid, Valencia and the Spanish team currently has a spectacular garage for both cars and motorcycles.