The brazen gang were caught on CCTV forcing open a garage door before making off with the racing bike.
One of the gang also smashed two car windows on the driveway after it appears they were confronted by occupants of the house - who were off camera.
WATCH: CCTV footage captures raid
The targeted a house, in Clifford Street, Sedgley, at around 1.30am on December 29.
West Midlands Police confirmed two men, aged 29 and 22, have been arrested on suspicion of stealing a motorbike.
The 29-year-old has been bailed pending further enquiries while a 22-year-old remained in custody last night for questioning.
A message on the Spotted Sedgley community page on Facebook said: "We have had a vicious attack on our home tonight!
"Us and our neighbours have been threatened with weapons Rory’s motorbike was stolen and two cars damaged if anyone knows anything let us know please! Bike Reg YT60 VWR."
In a video clip stretching 180 seconds, the incident begins when four suspects - three wearing helmets and one a mask - are seen pulling up to the house before two of them run up to the driveway.
One appears to be armed with a crowbar and they begin prying open the garage door.
At around 45 seconds, a light comes on from the house, illuminating the gang.
One gang member can be seen aggressively gesturing towards the house, as if in a bid to warn off the occupants.
The gang continues forcing open the garage door and at around 90 seconds, they are seen removing the garage door and pulling it off its hinges.
As they aim to remove the motorbike, another gang member, wearing a helmet, can be seen pointing towards the house before using a tool, which appears to be a pipe wrench, to smash the windows of two cars parked on the drive way.
The gang then remove the motorbike from the garage, and while pushing it down the driveway, scrape against one of the parked cars on the driveway - which now has the garage door lying on it - and push the bike onto the road.
Two suspects are then seen escaping on a motorbike and another on a moped while a fourth gang member pushes away the stolen racing motorbike.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.