Posted by baykiddead August 22, 2011

Some time ago, ahem, we mentioned a bicycle from Kidrobot founder, Paul Budnitz. Well, those bikes are now available. Well, actually they've sold out, but you can place an order for the Winter 2011 run. The bikes are every bit as awesome as I first thought, even if they're a bit spendy at $5,500. However, when you look at it in terms of investment, both in machine and your own health, the price really can't be beat, especially considering just how well this thing is made.

Custom built for its lucky owner, this very well might be the last bike you ever have to buy. Take care of it and you'll be creating a family heirloom. From the pictures I've seen, it's gorgeous, I can't imagine what it'd be like to lustily run my hands over its frame, let alone ride it. It comes in two styles, and with all the goodies you'd expect from such an investment. I won't get into the details as all the info and specs you'd need are on the site HERE.


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