23 Aug 2017

Most Expensive Bikes in the World Part 1!

Cycling is a popular past time for many because it does not require a lot of physical effort. But for those who prefer cycling as a type of exercise, then they can do that as well. But the point of it is that basically anyone can take up biking or cycling without much training. It all depends on the type of bike that will be used. The increase in popularity is due to the universality of this type of activity. Because of that, there are a lot of bikes available for purchase. But are all of them affordable and reasonably priced? Here are some of the most expensive bikes in the world part 1.

Chrome Hearts X Cervelo Mountain Bike – $60,000

Trying to climb up the mountain in style can really distract the competition, especially with rhinestones and precious metals embedded all throughout the bike. The Chrome Hearts X Cervelo Mountain bike costs a whopping sixty-thousand dollars. It’s a pretty steep price for a mountain bike, that’s for sure. Although many would opt out of using something so expensive for competitions, this bike actually performs pretty well. Besides, it is a great opportunity to show off and distract the rest of the bikers from winning.

Trek Madone 7 – Diamond – $75,000

Trek Madone is definitely an established luxury bike brand because they alone have more than two entries in this series. The Trek Madone 7 – Diamond is a mountain bike that has over three hundred diamonds embedded all over. Who wouldn’t want sparkling diamonds on their mountain bikes? A fun fact about this bike is it is actually the same model as the bike that Lance Armstrong used to win the Tour de France. Knowing that it is almost exactly the same as a bike used by a legend can really make the price tag soar way up high.

Auramania Crystal Edition Gold Bike – $114,000

There is nothing like biking in luxury and style and that can be possible only because of wealthy people who have too much money to spend. Auramania Crystal Edition Gold Bike is one of the most expensive bikes in the world and for good reason too. Its 24 Karat gold frame is decorated with around six hundred Swarovski crystals, making it a sight to behold. But then again, who would even want to ride this luxury bike at a dirt road. It would probably just be for decoration.

The second part of this series will show a few more bikes that cost more than an entire year’s salary. So stay tuned.