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Limited Edition Lady Milano bicycle is covered in Ostrich leather
Karanvir Singh

43 Milano, a Milan-based bespoke bicycle company which works in the luxury fashion field with a desire to conjugate the taste of beauty and care of the details in an object such as the bicycle, have now unveiled its special edition bicycle dubbed as the Lady Milano. Described to be the result of complete creative freedom, this latest expression of Lady Milano has been designed without compromise to redefine the luxury bicycle market and to create one of the world’s best bicycles. With a limited frame covered in Ostrich leather, the Lady Milano combines compelling charisma with design cues that are unmistakably 43 Milano.

Interestingly, each piece of the bicycle has been hand-crafted by local artisans and tailored to each individual hide, giving one-of-a-kind item that lasts for generations.

This bike which is also described to be a Dutch women’s model is however not loaded with technological features, but its components, ostrich leather attached frame, and brakes by Gunn & Co. are of excellent quality.

Limited to only 10 bicycles, this $4,798 uncompromising track machine can be purchased at selected dealers.

On the same note, we have also earlier seen the one-off luxury bicycle by jeweler Nicholas James which comes in hand-stitched leather-clad with real diamonds, besides some of the other finest Italian made bicycles like the Dolce Gabbana animal print bicycle, Colnago’s limited edition bike C59 Ottanta, the Montante’s limited edition Maserati bikes, and the Italian gold-plated bicycle with auxiliary motor.

Via: TheFancy


Author: Cebu Vintage Bicycle Club

.::Åhoy matey!!! Cześć! Jambo! 您好 We are Cebu Vintage Bicycle Club in Central Visayas, Philippines. Cebu Vintage Bicycle Club welcomes all ages to join us on this journey. We don't purport to have all of the answers to pollution and wellness, but we endeavor to create a conducive environment where we can search together in full assurance of hope in humanity who's love in the greatest thing ever invented is great enough to hold us all. .:Overview Cebu Vintage Bicycle Club (CVBC) We are a small community of Bicycle advocates, collectors, enthusiast, environmentalist, & hobbyists right here in the heartbeat of Cebu (Cebu, Consolacion, Liloan, Mandaue & Talisay). We run a non-profit shop space from our makeshift workshop at 37-A C. Salvador St., in the corridors of Labangon, Cebu City sharing/teaching repair tips and maintenance, organize group rides (bike ran as well), prowling/cruising, quick races and so much more...Cebu Vintage Bicycle Club offers a place of hospitality: Hospitality means primarily the creation of a free space where the stranger can join and become an aficionado instead of any spectator. The intention of hospitality is not to force people to pedal, but to offer them space where change can take place; It is not meant to convert men and women over to any one 'ride,' but to offer encouragement/freedom not disturbed by "dividing lines/silos" to engage in heartfelt, meaningful & Magnificent sweet bicycle joyride. .::Our Vision Our vision is simple, to spread the use of bicycle to anyone & to make Cebu a bicycling island capital of the globe. .::Our Mission Our mission is to make Cebu island in general a bicycling/cycling destination in the South Pacific/Far East region and to be part of worldwide bicycle awareness community and movement. .::Our Values We maintain our burning Passion, We Respect our personnel, We help businesses, We help each other. .::Clubbe History The small clubbe started eons ago careening the streets of the historic downtown Colon also known as Parian district after the 2nd world war. It's Liberation Day remember...(_____________________________please you continue this part here)

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