Maserati 8CTF bike

It seems that a trend has been developing among automakers that has nothing to do with the four wheeled vehicles they produce. More and more brands are coming out with their own bicycles. Yeah, we said bicycles and we don’t mean motorcycles. McLaren and Audi have recently flashed their new products and now Maserati is joining the bunch with their new 8CTF.

The Maserati 8CTF was designed to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of Wilbur Shaw’s victory of the 500 miles of Indianapolis behind the wheel of a Maserati 8CTF and it will be limited to only 2000 units. Each bicycle is hand-built to the driver’s specifications and will be on sale at a price 3600 Euros, or $5,200 at the current exchange rates.

The bike will be distinguished by unique and distinctive details including the silver Trident on a grey background on the hubs, inspired by Maserati’s supercharged three-liter engine. TheMaserati logo is found in a 1930s-style chassis plate and trident emblem.


8 comments:

Out of many bikes I have seen here in topspeed, this one is what adores me the most. Simply because of its color, and also because of it incredible style. I want to have a bike like this, to be honest.

I remembered a friend who loves biking on high mountains. This one can be his one of his dream and I’m going to share this link with him. And see for himself how expensive this unique bike is because its from Maserati (a special edition).

Well, we’ll just have to see where this whole bike fad would end up in. One thing’s for sure, if these companies actually release a new set of models, they this one would probably stay longer than we have expected.

Yeah, that would be a good idea, make the bike a freebie when you get a Maserati. But then again, this means it would be harder to0 get our hands on this bike, since we have to buy a car first.

Eh!I’m a cyclist and I’m very passionate about bikes! However, i don’t get what does this thing doing in the car section? I think its much better if that make this car as a freebie when you bought their car. haha.

Well, that one would indeed be a clear possibility now. We just have to wait to see if Ferrari actually joins in the fray and releases their own bike.

It looks so simple and I can’t see any extraordinary feature on this bike. Plus, the price is too high compare to the regular tag. It seems that the badge makes it kind of pricey!

Well now, these car makers are really getting into this custom bike thing. I really wouldn’t be surprised if they do actually have a competition featuring these bikes.

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