Audi Launches Its Carbon Fibre Racing Bike

Amongst the carbon carbon fibre clad hyper cars on display at this years Geneva motor show, Audi unveiled its super lightweight limited edition sport racing bike.

The Audi sport racing bike racing has been developed in partnership with CarbonSports and showcases the brands use of lightweight materials. The super lightweight frame weighs in at just 790g while the wheels of the bike are made from T1000 carbon fibre, the same stuff that was used on the Audi R18 e-tron quattro cockpit. The result is a bike that has a total weight of just 5.8kgs (13.0 lb).

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A close up of the carbon wheels made by CarbonSports
A close up of the carbon wheels made by CarbonSports


Sharing more similarities with their automobiles, the colour scheme comes from the Audi Concept Design Studio in Munich and like the new Audi R8, your posterior rests on a seat that’s covered in fine nappa leather. The company is only planning on making 50 and are available to buy now for around €17,500 each.

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