Porsche Bike RS
Porsche Bike RS

Porsche has created the Bike S and Bike RS urban bicycle range using the Intelligent Performance principles, boasting the latest technology and high quality materials with 'ride anywhere' capability.

The Porsche bike concept is inspired by the GT road-car department, where the 500hp Porsche 911 GT3 RS 4.0.

Porsche Bike S - £2,999

The Porsche Bike S is based on a 7005 Hydroformed Aluminium frame, with carbon fibre front forks and an internally-geared Shimano 11-speed Alfine hub gear system, with a double-clutch system for smooth gear shifts.

The DT Swiss wheels are fitted with smooth rolling resistance tyres which are optimised for puncture resistance as well as increasing performance on wet or rough terrain, with stopping power provided by Magura disc brakes.

In total, the Porsche Bike S weights 11kg, making it ideal for both long-distance cycle tour and city-based commute to work.

Porsche Bike RS - £4,999

The Porsche Bike RS weighs in at 9kg, and features a newly-developed, carbon fibre monocoque frame offering high levels of bike stability and high quality damping properties. Features include a carbon fibre post, handlebars and stem.

The specification also includes 20-speed Shimano XTR derailleur gearset, Magura hydraulic disc-brakes and Crank Brothers wheels with the same low rolling resistance tyres as the Porsche Bike S.

The Porsche Bike S and Bike RS are available now from Porsche Centres across the UK.

Published : 03/10/11 Author : Staff

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