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BMW Revealed The Limited Edition M Bike!

bmw m bike at BMW Revealed The Limited Edition M Bike!

This is the BMW’s M bike, or as they call it the Rolling Wonder! It is apparently designed for those who want to match their car and their bicycle! Regardless of the reason, this bike is a nice piece of design and it features an elegant matt anthracite frame with the M logo combine perfectly with the leather saddle, stunning rims and handles, and shiny red seat inlay. It is not M-powered though, the speed of this thing depends on your strength!

The thrill of speed.

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 high total gear ratio transmission delivers astonishing speed.

The best of the best.

The BMW M Bike’s fi’zi:k saddle is made from the highest quality leather with a red inlay. This ensures extra riding comfort and superior grip. The built-in Shimano SLX gear system is light and sturdy. The Manitou Match suspension fork on the front wheel is incredibly durable and the disc brakes make for a clean stop.

Starting in June 2010 BMW M Bikes will be available in a special limited edition at select BMW dealers and online at www.bmw-shop.com.

Here you’ll also find choice textiles and other accessories from the M Collection, including the M Cabin Bag, a travel bag made from the finest leather, or the M Shoes ? black sneakers made from a leather-nylon mix, designed in cooperation with Puma.

Facts and figures:

BWM M Bike – limited edition

Frame height:

M:  46 cm (height 162–178 cm),

L:   51 cm (height 175–185 cm),

XL: 55 cm (height 183–195 cm),

Frame: aluminum, front suspension, BMW design

Fork: Manitou Match, spring deflection: 80 mm

Weight: 12.9 kg

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