Ciclotte Futuristic Unicycle Exercise Bike

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Gear

Aside from the always hot Charlize Theron, we previously couldn’t think of anything else we’d want in our homes from the set of Prometheus. If you saw that semi-prequel to Alien, you know there was some icky ish going down there. Then we happened upon the Ciclotte, an Italian-made luxury exercise bike that looks so futuristic, Ridley Scott actually included it in his 2012 sci-fi thriller. We’ll take one.

Designed by Luca Schieppati, Ciclotte is made with world-class materials, including carbon, steel and glass fibers. It features a unique dual satellite epicycloid transmission to maximize resistance, touch-screen display, adjustable saddle, and that stunning form factor that will make you feel like you’re exercising in 2114 instead of 2014. $12,000 gets you pedaling towards the future. [Purchase]

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