Lexus LFA Carbon Fiber F Sport Road Bike

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Although we were hoping that the successor to the Lexus LFA would be another supercar, LFA Works has decided to roll out a road bike for the new year.

The limited edition F Sport Road Bike has been constructed from carbon fiber for weight reduction and strength, and seeing that it was assembled by the Japanese luxury auto maker – you can expect nothing but high quality components found throughout. There are some automotive influences found in this beauty, which include the F1 inspired paddle shifters. The 22 speed 2 wheeler may be the closest thing we’ll ever own to a LFA, but that doesn’t mean this road bike comes without a hefty price tag. Expect to spend around $10,000 USD for this pedal powered machine.

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