If one has enough spare change to pay over $130,000 for one, those maintenance cost won't phase them.
Some will just buy one and put it in a glass case in the living room to admire.
There's one doctor in my town (the one who invented the gel-cap) that has a 30 car garage filled with exotic cars.
Several years ago, I ran across him and his buddy out for a Sunday drive.
He was in his Mercedes CLK-GTR and he loaned his buddy his Ferrari F50.
The aim being to see how quick they could get from Tampa to Miami.
If he was into bikes instead of cars, this guy could have bought the entire RC213V-S production run without breaking a sweat.
Just one of his cars could buy 4 or 5 of these bikes, and he has 29 more after that.
He is that wealthy, and he's not alone in this town, which considering it's population, is astounding.