Made from solid gold the world’s most expensive extreme mountain bike costs a staggering $1M

A company ‘House of Solid Gold’ which stays true to its name has created the World’s Most Expensive extreme mountain bicycle that costs almost as much as Porsche 918 Spyder or a McLaren’s MP4-12C. Named “The Beverly Hills Edition”, this extreme mountain bike also known as a “fat bike” is handcrafted and overlaid with pure 24K gold.

Using modern day techniques and taking well over 750 hours to complete, each part was coated to perfection in the USA using the electroplating process. Added for accent and beauty, the diamonds and sapphires are pave’ set on the frame emblem. To be more specific, the custom emblem bearing The House of Solid Gold logo, “THSG” is embellished and encrusted with over 600 Black Diamonds (6.0 carats in total) and 500 Golden Sapphires (4.5 carats in total).

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The one of a kind customized seat is covered in the finest chocolate brown alligator and absolutely beautiful. The water bottle is covered in gold and accented with chocolate brown stingray. Finally, the bike is laser engraved with artist signature, dated and numbered as the 1st of 13 and is accompanied with a certificate of authenticity.

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The proceeds from the sale of the bike will go to The Way to Happiness Foundation International, a global non-profit organization.

The House of Solid Gold will create only 13 gold extreme bikes for the world market, each one being totally customized and made to the buyers wants and needs. How about matching it with a golden helmet to ride your bike in style?



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