50th Anniversary Lamborghini Road Bicycle by BMC

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The Italian luxury auto makers at Lamborghini have recently teamed up with Swiss bicycle manufacturer for a beautifully crafted, limited edition road bicycle to celebrate the brand’s 50th birthday.

Lamborghini has been busier than normal lately rolling out vehicles like the Veneno, but it looks like the brand isn’t just sticking to cars when it comes to celebrating their 50th anniversary. Lamborghini has enlisted the help of BMC to create this high end road bike. The bike takes design inspiration from the Aventador with lightweight carbon fiber used on the construction, and high end Italian leather used for the accessories. The two brands have decided to keep this thing limited to only 50 pieces around the world, and will sell the bike for around $32,500.

50th Anniversary Lamborghini Road Bicycle by BMC (2)

50th Anniversary Lamborghini Road Bicycle by BMC (1)

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