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The World’s 10 Most Expensive Bikes: Cycling With Style

What is the most expensive bike in the world? The winner is still Trek Butterfly Madone, checking in at half a million dollars. No less than Lance Armstrong used it in the 2009 Tour de France. Would you buy one? Or maybe you can settle for the “cheaper” bikes on our updated 2020 list of the most expensive bikes in the world:

  1. Trek Butterfly Madone: $500,000
  2. Trek Yoshimoto Nara: $200,000
  3. Kaws: Trek Madone: $160,000
  4. Auramania Crystal Edition Gold Bike: $114,000
  5. Trek Madone 7: Diamond: $75,000
  6. Chrome Hearts X Cervelo Mountain Bike: $60,000
  7. Montante Luxury Gold Collection: $46,000
  8. eRockit’s Electric Assist Bicycle: $44,000
  9. Litespeed Blade: $40,788
  10. Phanuel Krencker’s ‘Bicyclettes de Luxe’: $34,425

Cycling is great for the environment as a bicycle does not emit any noxious fumes and biking is also wonderful for health. There are many reasons why you should take up cycling according to Bikeradar.com. The health benefits of

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Bicycle Urbanism by Design: World’s Longest Bicycle Commuter Tunnel Opens

Bicycle Tunnel in San Sebastian
San Sebastian Bicycle Tunnel – Photo: Michelena at Diario Vasco

The Basque city of San Sebastian inaugurated the world’s longest bicycle commuter tunnel yesterday [07 August 2009] in a former railway tunnel on the Bilbao-San Sebastian route.

The Mayor of San Sebastian, Odon Elorza, and the Deputy Minister of Transport of the Basque Government, Ernesto Gasco opened the tunnel to the delight of the many cyclists in the city. The tunnel is aimed primarily at bicycle commuters but recreational cyclists are expected to use it on the weekends as well.

Elorza expressed satisfaction at the launching of this new infrastructure that improves the network of bicycle lanes in San Sebastian and is “a symbol of progress, sustainability and personal health“.

San Sebastian Bicycle Tunnel – Photo: Michelena at Diario Vasco

The bicycle tunnel itself is 850 metres long and a part of a 2 kilometre section of former

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