Mercedes-AMG x Rotwild GT-S Bicycle

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

No one designs products quite like the Germans. Their attention to detail is unrivaled, and this all German collaboration shows exactly what we’re talking about. The team at Mercedes-AMG has teamed up with Rotwild to build the GT-S bicycle.

This high performance 2-wheeler was inspired by the AMG GT, and sports a gorgeous yellow and black paint job atop a lightweight frame. The bike is outfitted with carbon fiber handle bars, multi-shift functionality and a set of Formula AMG R1 Racing FCS disc brakes for optimum braking power. The 29-inch carbon fiber wheels wrapped in Continental Race King tires round things out. Production will be extremely limited, with only 100 total units hitting the scene. Each one will start retailing at roughly $11,000.

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