Alfa Romeo x Compagnia Ducale IFD 4C Carbon Fiber Road Bike

Feb 21, 2014

Category: Rides

If you’re looking for a bicycle that’s lighter than an Olsen twin and more Italian than Tony Danza, it’d be tough to beat the IFD 4C, a joint venture between Alfa Romeo and Compagnia Ducale

Inspired by the 4C, Alfa Romeo’s petite rear wheel drive sports car, this hand-built bike’s frame is meant to visually represent the number 4, and it uses the same carbon fiber that’s found in the car. It weighs just a shade over 15 lbs, and you can chose from red or white at select dealers. It starts at 3,500 euros, but can be tricked out all the up to 9,000 euros, which we believe gets you authentic Tony Danza chest hairs for spokes. [Via]

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