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Lavish Cycle Brands Of The World

Cycling always gives a sheer sense of joy and happiness. Cycling is also a great form of physical exercise. Some individuals who have a passion for cycling even become professional cyclists. Most of the expensive and luxurious bikes are sold in an auction. There are a lot of options as per what kind of cycle you want and in what range with what specifications. Some companies don’t only manufacture cycles but their cycles are listed in the world’s top chart of the luxury cycle.

Here is a list of the top 5 most luxurious cycles in the world and the price of those:

  1. 24k gold extreme mountain bike
    24k gold extreme was created and introduced by the house of gold. This bike is majorly made of materials like gold and diamonds. It weighs about 24kg. This bike costs $1 million. It has diamond studs on the whole cycle which enhances its look and the gold is pure and all the parts are plated. It is considered one of the most expensive yet reliable mountain bikes. This bike provides quality as well as unexpected integration on all its ride.
  2. Trek Madone butterfly
    Madone butterfly was created by Damien Hirst in the year 2009. The body of this cycle consists of carbon fiber and butterflies, real butterfly wings are used in the cycle frame. The cost of trek Madone butterfly is $5000000 and weighs 7.5kgs. This is the second most luxurious bike in the world. Lance Armstrong rode this bike on his tour de France in the year 2009. It can go up to 38.6 kph.
  3. 24k gold men’s racing cycle
    24k gold is also known as a fat bike or the Beverly hills edition and was introduced in the market by Goldgenie and popularly known for its head to toe gold finish of 24k gold. The weight of the cycle is about 9.5kgs. the materials used in making these cycles are aluminium and gold whilst the seat is made of alligator skin. This cycle is one the most like and luxurious cycles in the world. The cost of this cycle is around $393000. This bike is very sleek and fast ever. Depending on the track this bike can go to a top speed of 300 to 350 kph.
  4. Trek Yoshitomo Nara speed concept bike
    This cycle is a masterpiece and was created by Yoshimoto Nara and was introduced in the year 2008. It is made of carbon fiber and weighs around 9kgs. This bike holds a concept of trek speed and this cycle was ridden by Armstrong on the 18th stage tour. Trek’s value is $2000000 and is listed as one the trusted and expensive cycles in the world. This cycle was sold in an auction and the funds were sent to the respected NGO.
  5. Kaws Trek Madone
    Kaws was introduced a few years back in 2009 and was created by Auramania. Its body has carbon fiber and its weight is about 9kgs. Kaws cost is $160000. It is a well-equipped cycle with Madone specific bar and stem. Kaws gives an experience for a lifetime as it is rated as a high-end performance bicycle in the market. It works and delivers aerodynamics treats. The basic concept of these cycles is that they are light weighted and sleek. An average of 36.4 kph speed was recorded on this cycle.

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