Norton Motorcycles has unveiled a limited-edition Commando 961 Cafe Racer MKII to mark its collaboration with Swiss watchmaker Breitling.
The bike is one of just 77 and includes dials designed by the watchmaker, as well as signature “Bs” engraved on the clutch box and stitched into the seat.
Norton says the bike will officially launch this weekend at £16,495 (about $30,800)
The “standard” model costs more than $A33,000 in Australia.
The limited-edition bike has been developed to coincide wth the release of a new watch from the Swiss watchmaker’s Premier collection.
Their Breitling Premier B01 Chronograph 42 Norton Edition costs a hefty $A11,250 and is only available online.
It honours the British bike brand with Norton logos engraved on the left side of the case and transparent caseback.
The black dial has gold numerals, silver subdials and white bezel inscribed with the word “TACHYMETER” in red.
The hands are coated in a luminescent “Super-LumiNova” finish to make them easily legible for riders day and night.
It comes with either a brown leather strap or stainless steel bracelet.
It is not the first time a luxury watchmaker has collaborated with a motorcycle company.
Swiss watchmaker Baume & Mercier has got together with Indian Motorcycle on several occasions to release watches costing up to $5500.
Other motorcycle manufacturers have had similar exclusive watches in recent years so devoted fans can wear their “heart” on their sleeve – or wrist!
They include a Ducati Scrambler watch in 2015 with watchmaker Tudor, a BMW GS watch, BMW boxer watch designed by Marc Jenni and a host of Harley-Davidson watches with New York company Bulova.