Aston Martin's Limited Edition Luxury Road Bike. The Technologically Advanced One-77 Cycle.
Designed by Factor for Aston Martin, the new limited edition luxury super cycle will only be produced in 77 units. Available in 7 sexy color options, the bicycle is equipped with an electronic touchscreen, Tufo Hi-Composite Carbon Tubular tires and a carbon fiber frame and handlebars. Full specs are at the end of this post.
The Aston Martin One-77 Cycle is the world's most technologically advanced road bicycle. Designed, engineered and built in Britain, the One-77 Cycle features technology and innovations derived from racing car technology, together with the highest levels of fabrication and craftsmanship.
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A fully integrated synthesis of cutting edge forms and space age materials, the bicycle has been developed alongside parts for F1™, Le Mans, MOTO GP and some of the world's fastest road cars. From the outset, the One-77 Cycle was conceived as a training aid for the serious athlete, with a fully integrated, multi-channel ergonometric data recording system that provides a rich, in-depth record of athletic performance.
Designed and manufactured by bf1systems, the One-77 Cycle benefits from the cross-pollination of their extensive experience, expertise and devotion to building the very best road bicycle on the market, without compromise.
The One-77 Cycle is a fitting partner for the Aston Martin One-77, the most elegant, sophisticated and powerful road car the company has ever built. Both machines have much in common; a clean sheet design, developed from the ground up to showcase the most extraordinary potential of modern design, craft and engineering.
Limited to just 77 pieces, like the car itself, the One-77 Cycle is available in seven exclusive Aston Martin colours, with hand-stitched trimming of both the saddle and handlebars detailing that mirrors the craftsmanship and quality integral to every Aston Martin road car.
One-77 Cycle Specifications
FRAME: Twin vein down tube and seat tube frame made from high strength and high modulus carbon fibre. Embedded electric and hydraulic lines. 7075 CNC machined replaceable rear derailleur hanger
FORK: Double crown carbon fibre forks with integrated hydraulic line and calliper mounting made from high strength and high modulus carbon fibre. 7075 CNC machined inserts
HANDLEBAR: One piece carbon fibre handlebars and integrated stem with internal hydraulic and wire routing made from high strength and high modulus carbon fibre. Stem 85mm, Bars 150mm drop x 77mm reach, 40-42-44-46cm wide
HEADSET: Factor, combined needle roller/angular contact ball bearing
SHIFTERS: Shimano Dura-Ace 7970 Di2 STI, 20 speed
FRONT DERAILLEUR: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 braze on
REAR DERAILLEUR: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 SS short cage
CRANKSET: Factor, made from high strength and high modulus carbon fibre 167.5mm, 170mm, 172.5mm, 175mm, 177.5mm, 180mm
CHAINWHEEL: Shimano Dura-Ace, 53/39T
BOTTOM BRACKET: Factor, Titanium shaft, cermic bearings, 90mm width
CHAIN: Shimano Dura-Ace 7900 10-speed
FREEWHEEL: Shimano Dura-Ace 7900 cassette, 12-27T
BRAKE LEVERS: Shimano Dura-Ace 7970 Di2 STI, operating Factor hydraulic master cylinder
BRAKES: Steel hydraulic disc, front - 180mm, rear - 140mm
ELECTRIC SYSTEM: Embedded wiring system, Factor re-chargeable battery pack
LIGHTING: High intensity front LED integrated into control levers, red rear LEDs integrated into seat tube. Operated from switches on control lever housings
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM: Shimano levers connected to Hope V-Twin remote master cylinder mounted in handlebar assembly
SADDLE: Fizik Antares braided rails
SADDLE MOUNT: Factor, shim height adjustable
WHEELSET: 700C Factor front and rear asymmetric wheelset. Factor hubs, ceramic bearings and preload adjustment
TYRES: Tufo Hi-Composite Carbon Tubular 700C-22mm
FINISH: See OPTIONS
WEIGHT: 7.4 KG
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