In the press release accompanying the pictures shared above, Lamborghini speaks of "high-quality materials" and "high-end components," mentioning the electronic shifting and carbon fiber wheels. The Racemax x is made in Italy with 3T carbon components, and the Strada x represents their first venture into this category. The Strada x features two distinct zones: speed in the front half and comfort in the latter, with a curved seat tube integrated within the frame.
Both are available in different frame sizes, like 51, 54, 56, and 58, and they're built-to-order, taking 12 weeks to complete. The Raging Bull hasn't mentioned anything about the pricing, but a quick look on 3T's website reveals that the Strada x costs €8,999 (equal to $9,625) in Europe. Opt for the Racemax x, and you will have to fork out €9,899 ($10,590). That's hardly new car money, as for something like the Nissan Versa, you are looking at a minimum of $15,830 before destination and dealer fees. However, you could turn to the used car market for a very decent daily in good overall condition for that kind of cash.
As for the Exploro Racemax x Huracan Sterrato, which was unveiled late last year, it truly costs new car money. This is also a built-to-order model, and you are looking at €15,000 ($16,045) for it in the Old Continent. Thus, if you are patient and willing to settle for a base Nissan Versa, then you might just find one in dealer lots waiting to be driven home for the equivalent of roughly $16,000. Mind you, that's a lot of Benjamins for us mere mortals, and as cool as it may be to some enthusiasts to own a Lamborghini-branded bike, these products are not for everyone. In fact, we can see a Huracan, Aventador, or Urus owner placing a deposit for one rather than someone who owns a mainstream car.
A few years ago, we covered the Bugatti bicycle, and in true Molsheim fashion, it was much more expensive. It was priced from €32,000 back then, equaling $34,235 at today's exchange rates, and that is performance car territory, with the new Ford Mustang starting at just under $31,000 for the new generation.