Last post for bicyle many car maker now a luxury supercar brand MCLaren has to release new bicycle, Like range rover has release Range Rover Evoque Bicycle by Karbona. The new bicyle MCLaren make with the patners Specialized, named the project S-Works Venge Bicycle. There will be two model of McLaren Bicycles those are McLaren and S-Works Venge.
The bike is the result of a nine month collaboration with the Formula One racing giants McLaren. It will be used in competition for the first time at Milan-San Remo this weekend by a select group of riders from Specialized-sponsored teams, including Mark Cavendish (HTC-Columbia). BikeRadar were invited along to the top secret launch at the imposing McLaren Headquarters in Woking, UK to catch a first glimpse of the impressive machine.
The bike will be available in two models; the S-Works Venge will be available to buy in the UK from the end of April, but the model we were shown today – the McLaren Venge – is being held back until September. For see the price, you can go the store(Any price and availability information displayed on Amazon at the time of purchase):s will be decribed in more detail later on, but the McLaren Venge will cost £5,000 for the frameset and forks.
Bicycles are built in collaboration with American manufacturer Specialized and designed by Chris D’Aluisio, the head of research and development for Specialized, the S-Works Venge is a high-end performance bicycle that has an aerodynamic frame built completely from carbon fiber and weighs at a ridiculously light weight of less than 1 kg, which is about two pounds if you’re keeping score. Add in all the necessary parts and elements of the bike, including the fork, the seat, the crankset, and the electronic gearshift, and you have the whole thing weighing in at just 2.07 kg, or about 4.5 lbs.
Specialized has conducted track testing with the Venge against their current top-line race bike, the Tarmac SL3. Claimed watts saved by the Venge range from 3W at 20km/h to a whopping 23W at 45km/h, and presumably a lot more than this at Mark Cavendish’s sprint speed of around 70km/h. Giving a professional rider that sort of advantage is incredible and should be apparent from very early on in the season.