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The Maserati Bicycle

Italian bicycle manufacturer Milani is teaming up with Maserati to produce some high end two-wheelers. The Maserati bicycle is made of carbon fiber and aluminum and is painted in Maserati’s signature dark blue paint. It comes in two models, the Veloce racing bicycle inspired by the Maserati GranTurismo and the Turismo city bicycle modeled after […]

Jan 04, 2010 | By Anakin

Italian bicycle manufacturer Milani is teaming up with Maserati to produce some high end two-wheelers.

The Maserati bicycle is made of carbon fiber and aluminum and is painted in Maserati’s signature dark blue paint.

It comes in two models, the Veloce racing bicycle inspired by the Maserati GranTurismo and the Turismo city bicycle modeled after the Quattroporte.

Both models will be available in five different sizes and are available now at Milani retailers andMaserati dealerships with pricing ranging from $3,870 to $7,741.

“Based in Gallarate, near Varese (just north of Milan), Milani carries the name of its founder, racing cyclist Natale Milani.

In 1927, Natale started building handmade frames and his son, Celeste, then created the ‘Milani Cycles Factory’ brand.

The company is synonymous with finish of the very highest standard on frames designed and built in Italy.

Materials such as steel, aluminium and now carbonfibre are expertly crafted into lightweight, strong bicycles for racing, touring or city riding.”


 
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