10 Bicicletas mais caras do Mundo

10 Most Expensive Bikes in the World
Until 2014.

10. Fendi Abici Amante Donna

Fendi adorned its designer cruiser entirely with leather accessories, including a key and bike chain cover and a GPS navigation holder. It also comes with a detachable case worth $975. If that wasn’t enough, fur saddlebags are included with your purchase.
Price: $9,500

9. Le Flâneur d’Hermès

This carbon-fiber cruiser is billed as being “versatile, exceptionally light, durable, and comfortable” with leather on every contact point. This might be the only brand in the world where bicycles cost less than the purses—which also have up to a six-year waiting list.
Price: $10,750

8. Koga Spyker Aeroblade

The Spyker Aeroblade is a commuter for the one percent of the one percent. The bike is crafted out of titanium and leather, with disc brakes and an internal rear hub. Only 50 of these bicycles were made.
Price: $15,000

7. Bianchi by Gucci Urban Bike

Gucci teamed up with Italian bike manufacturer Bianchi to offer a complete bike and line of cycling accessories. In addition to the carbon-fiber flat-bar road bike, Gucci offers a helmet retailing at $960 (available in medium and large). And your ensemble can be completed with $340 long-fingered gloves and a water bottle for $115.
Price: $15,400

6. Aston Martin One-77 Cycle

Billed as the most technologically advanced bicycle ever, this bike is the product of auto-racing component maker Beru F1 Systems’ collaboration with Aston Martin. The carbon-fiber frame is completed with an electronic display and integrated LED lights.
Price: $37,905

5. Montante Luxury Gold Collection

A steal of a deal in comparison to Aurumania gold bike, this 24-karat gold-plated frame is generously covered in 11,000 Swarovski crystals. Contrasting the bejeweled build, the included frame pump, saddle, and chain lock are wrapped in python skin.
Price: $46,000

4. Tiffany & Co. Silver-Mounted Lady’s Bicycle

Before Tiffany’s was synonymous with a shade of blue, the jewelry company created a vast array of other luxury products. This bicycle was made in the late 1890s, restored in 2008, and then auctioned by Bonhams. It features ivory grips, a skirt guard, and a Tiffany monogram.
Price: $57,000

3. Aurumania Crystal Edition Gold Bike

This 24-karat gold-plated bike is covered with 600 Swarovski crystals and topped with a Brooks saddle. No, it’s not solid gold, but you still shouldn’t leave it unattended on a mid-ride bathroom stop.
Price: $101,400

2. House of Solid Gold 24K Gold Extreme Mountain Bike

Only 13 of these 24-karat gold fat bikes will be made. Each bike includes an emblem set with 600 black diamonds and 500 golden sapphires. The luxury doesn’t end there. You’ll ride in style aboard a chocolate brown alligator skin saddle. Also thrown in for good measure is a gold-covered water bottle. It might be a good idea not to throw that one in the feed zone.
Price: $495,000.00

1. Damien Hirst Butterfly Trek Madone 

Designer Damien Hirst used real butterfly wings on the frame and the rims to create this unique design that Lance Armstrong rode in the 2009 Tour de France. Sotheby’s auctioned off the bike later that year for the Livestrong Foundation, with the winning bid at a half-million bucks.
Price: $500,000 (by auction)

Source: http://www.bicycling.com/bikes-gear/bikes-and-gear-features/10-outrageously-expensive-bikes


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