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In a collaboration with bike company Factor Bikes, Aston Martin has designed a limited edition ‘superbike’ called the ‘One-77 Cycle’—that has been given the same name as the sports car maker’s most advance car model, the ‘One-77’. Dubbed as ‘the world’s most technologically advanced road bicycle’ by the company, the bicycle features a data logging system that provides over ‘100 channels of performance feedback’ such as crank torque, leg power and crank force for both legs.
It is also able to provide other measurements such as acceleration, wasted leg power and rear wheel speed, and the traditional measurements like speed, heart rate and GPS location. The One-77 Cycle is made with a carbon frame—that can be painted in seven exclusive Aston Martin colors—with ‘hand-stitched’ saddle and handlebars reflecting Aston Martin’s elegant craftsmanship.
However, just like the car, the One-77 Cycle does not come cheap—it cost around US$39,000 for one bicycle—with only 77 such bikes being made.
Designed and created by the Evanta Motor Co., the Aston Martin DB4 Zagato gets a carbon fiber makeover – making the stunning beauty all that more interesting to gawk at. What started as an Aston Martin DB7 Vantage, the reworked outer shell provides a sense of nostalgia while other changes include a reduced wheelbase, bespoke breaking and suspension systems, V12 engine and oxblood red hide interior. The supercar is currently being set for auction in Monaco for those of you with the budget and desire to add a little 007 flare to one’s life.
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