Inside John Paul DeJoria’s Austin, Texas-based storage, you may discover a $200,000 Ferrari and a personalized $550,000 Lamborghini. However these belong to his spouse, Eloise.
The billionaire founding father of Patron Spirits Co. and John Paul Mitchell Methods prefers to journey on two wheels, as evidenced by his bike assortment, which he shared with CNBC on a latest episode of “Secret Lives of the Tremendous Wealthy.”
“This is among the newer Indian bikes,” DeJoria says, motioning to a glossy black bike with leather-based seats and silver trim. “It is probably the greatest bikes ever made.”
It is a 2018 Indian Chieftain Darkish Horse price between $20,000 and $25,000. “It is an actual cruiser,” he says. “It is actually snug for lengthy rides.”
A 2010 BMW-Sidecar mannequin price an estimated $20,000 sits in the back of the storage. The bike encompasses a fierce face bearing lengthy rows of sharp enamel, which DeJoria describes as “enjoyable.”
One other chopper, a 2004 Harley-Davidson price between $four,000 and $5,000, was customized constructed for the billionaire. The black seat is contrasted by silver piping beneath. “It is actually down house,” DeJoria says. “It is low, lean and funky.”
However one bike stands out as a favourite: A 2008-2009 Arlen Ness & Victory mannequin plastered with inexperienced flames. Nicknamed “The Patron Bike,” the chopper earns its title: The carbaration was re-calibrated so it’s going to run off Patron tequila or gasoline.
“I’ve by no means stuffed all of it the way in which up with Patron,” DeJoria admits. “That may be a really costly fill!”
He is proper: For a full tank, it will take roughly $1,200 price of the tequila.