This story is about a bicycle. Sure, the pedal-powered vehicle is missing its front wheel and has a Lamborghini attached to it. Then again, this is the Ghost Rider we’re talking about, so it’s not like actual worries about pollution-induced lung cancer are on the menu. Oh well, at least the photo above is real, coming from DuPont Registry.
Right now, you might be wondering about the... rideability of such a contraption. For one thing, the Huracan is the most practical Lamborghini to date. While Sant’Agata Bolognese doesn’t mention this, you can drive a Huracan on a daily basis, albeit with certain compromises.
That would probably have to be a key requirement for a supercar that would serve as a base for Ghost Rider’s bicycle.
Being a Raging Bull, this machine also has the right shape for when our badass cyclist decides to plow something off the road. And with the Huracan adopting electronic control for its four-wheel drive system, this Lamborghini is just right for all the chases that are associated with this type of stories. And with that nose lift system, it might stand a chance in those down-the-stairs scenes.
We’re pretty sure this would be the kind of development that offers plenty of treats for the rider and just as many tricks for those outside.