At least, through him, we get to see some really rare bikes. There are some HDs in the garage. One of these HD is the even rarer 1927 Harley-Davidson JD which he acquired 2 years back on June 4, 2007. The JD sported the first of Harley-Davidsons 74 cubic inch V-twins.
One thing is obvious; he is not just a show-off celebrity having lots of money and so buying bikes randomly to make a statement. That is, I would say and repeat, is obvious. This guy REALLY LOVES engines. He respects the machines, he knows these machines, in details and not just that, he goes into the history of the brand also.
It has a muscle bike platform the genes of an American flat tracker. Wide bars, upright seating position, forward-mounted pegs reflects more of a cruiser though. But with a rake of 28 degrees
tubular frame and a wheelbase of 63.2 inches puts it onto sportbike territory. All the best brands, Brembo, Ohlins are available on this bike.
The other bike you see with leno on it is the 2009 Zero Motorcycles Zero S that he got on June 8, 2009. This clutchless one-speed has a total weight of 225 pounds and charges in less than four hours. It's essentially a fun bike for him, that is, but of course this is the future od every engine.
And then, there is his famous or infamous (however you see it) Y2K Jet Bike that he got on October 23, 2006. Originally intended to power a Bell Ranger Helicopter, a C18 Allison Rolls Royce jet engine now powers one of the most unique motorcycles in Jay's collection. I remember his Y2K in silver colour, but this is black. Well, probably he has 2 of them, or even maybe more to ride on even and odd number days.