Limited Edition BMW Cruise M-Bike

Apr 13, 2015

Category: Rides

No matter how much you love your BMW, there are some places it just can’t go with you. For those nooks and crannies, may we recommend the limited edition BMW Cruise M-Bike?

This is legitimate usage of the term “limited edition” too, as only 500 of these bicycles will be made in tribute to the brand’s M-series of cars. The characteristic Austin Yellow Metallic paint scheme is the first and biggest giveaway of the shared DNA between bicycle and car, while the “bullneck” at the front of the top frame tube echoes BMW motorcycle design. The bike’s frame is made of hydro-formed aluminum frame and carbon components, making for a very light, stable, and rigid foundation. Other highlights include individually adjustable handlebars, hydraulic disc brakes from Shimano, and an accompanying plaque and a certificate. Price looks like it’s in the $1,500 range.

Limited Edition BMW Cruise M-Bike 1

Limited Edition BMW Cruise M-Bike 2

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