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03-17-2010 11:42 PM #1
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Okay, CC, it may not be as good as your bike but
I'm thinking it will be more expensive.
<b><font size=4>BMW pushbike brings M credentials</b></font>
March 18, 2010
It’s a high performance BMW, but not as we know it – because you’ll be doing the legwork!
Beefy disk brakes, special suspension, sleek proportions and “astonishing speed” are all hallmarks worthy of a BMW wearing the famous M badge.
But for this one it’s you doing all the work, and not an engine. BMW has pulled the wraps off an M-powered bicycle built around an anthracite frame that weighs a smidge over 12 kilograms, or about the same as a six-month-old child.
The wild child of the BMW bike division, however, features a highly geared Shimano SLX gear system that the car maker says delivers “astonishing speed” for the rider.
“Anyone who rides this sporty speed bike through the city or takes a short tour through the countryside will immediately attract a lot of attention ? at least for a few seconds,” the company says.
Comfort doesn’t fall short, with a leather saddle featuring red inlay.
The BMW M bike goes on sale in Europe from June for a price that is yet to be revealed.
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