Just because you can't afford an Italian-made sports car doesn't mean you can't get a bicycle by the same name, right? The answer is likely no, as the Ferrari Di2 Racing Bike goes to the tune of $16,700. With only 50 units being put into production, these gems are likely to go to current Ferrari owners as well. At least looking at it is free.
The Ferrari Di2 Racing Bike was built in collaboration with renowned bike company Colnago. The bike weighs 6kg, and the frame is built from carbon fiber and uses an electronic shifting system. For 16 large, this thing better win me the Tour De France.
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