Discuss: This decade's future classics

Which of today's motorcycles will be tomorrow's classics?

This year, a zero-mile Yamaha R7 was sold at auction for £23,000 (£25,000 with buyer's premium).

That was a bargain if you consider the new price in 1999 which was £20,000 and trace back the 'value' of that £20,000 in 1999, it would equate to around £27,000 today.

So what bikes from the last 10 years (2002-on) will be the ones collectors fight over in the decades to come?

Will bikes like the Ducati Desmosedici start to rocket in value? The bike, £40,000 new, looks like it has all the hallmarks of a future classic, but will its production run extension (from 500 to 1,500) limit the value of some of the bikes. Will it need to be a first 500 if it's going to rocket in value?

What about Aprilia's RS250? Will the second generation model race up or will it hit a ceiling as collectors get fussy over the original '95 version?

Will bikes like BMW's R1150GS ever make collector-grade status? Could you see a low mileage example being sought-after 10 years from now or will they fade into insignificance?

What about a bog-standard Ducati 998, 2008 Fireblade or a last of the series ZX-7R, a 2005 Barry Sheene GSX-R750, an original VFR1200 or a mint ZRX1200, the first Street Triple R?

If you had a bit of money to buy a bike from the last decade as an investment, what would you go for and why?