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may 21, 2012

delorean bike

‘delorean anyday’

the delorean first came to fame when scientist emmett l. brown transformed the vehicle into a time machine in the ‘back to the future’ trilogy, despite the automotive company having stopped production before any of the films were made. and now, here in the present, delorean is making its comeback, this time as a two-wheeler — a stainless steel frame bike designed and hand-made by sarto antonio racing bicycles in pianiga, italy.

the idea for the delorean bicycle was conceived similarly to the delorean car itself and began with a conversation between stephen wynne of the delorean motor company and marc moore, passionate cyclist and former delorean owner, who together wanted to construct a vehicle which expressed style while still offering innovative features representing a value for both bike professionals and hobbyists alike.

the first of the three bikes set for production is the ‘delorean anyday’, which will be followed by the ‘delorean speed’ and ‘delorean cruise’. the material to build the bike was an obvious choice; composed of columbus HINOXtube™ trafitubi XCr seamless triple-butted patented stainless steel tubes made in italy, maintaining the delorean connection. the ‘anyday’ has a clean running belt drive transmission which makes it easier to climb bigger hills or go faster on flat roads with the help of an integrated 11-speed internally geared hub that comes as standard equipment.

front and rear hydraulic disc brakes, whether in wet or dry conditions, make stopping power more than sufficient. standard equipment includes an 11-speed internally geared hub. the wheels are covered with an illuminescent coated which when under regular lighting looks dark, but when actually shone upon, they almost appear to ‘turn on’ making visibility in low light or at night better, along with making your late evening or early morning ride a lot safer. finally, an italian made gel saddle enhances one’s riding comfort, and a full carbon fork  provides precise steering response, and has been constructed so that there is enough room for one to install larger treaded tires for dirt roads or path riding.

delorean bike up close look at the bike driving belt

delorean bike  up close of the drivetrain

delorean bike detail of the drivetrain

delorean bike ‘delorean speed’

delorean bike up close of the stainless steel frame

delorean bike up close of the bike cranks

specifications: frame: columbus hinoxtube™ trafitubi xcr seamless triple-butted patented stainless steel tubes made in italy. designed and artisan built by sarto antonio racing bicycles in pianiga, italy. fork: 3t disc-ready carbon fork headset: FSA integrated drivetrain: shimano alfine 11-speed internal shifting [rear hub and shifter]; gates carbon drive center track belt and sprockets. cranks: shimano alfine brakes: shimano alfine hydraulic disc [front and rear] wheels: velocity halo 700c 32-spoke reflective rims; velocity front hub; sapim spokes; wheelset handbuilt in georgia. tires: vittoria rubino pro folding [28mm] grips: fizik lock-on handlebar: ritchey comp [bead blasted] stem: ritchey wcs [bead blasted] saddle: selle royale respiro seatpost: ritchey wcs one bolt

  • Let me guess, another over-expensive bike just because it has fancy materials and a fancy decal of a famous company on the frame…?

    because appart from the inoxtube material, the design is plain boring, seems just like any other bicycle, so if you remove the delorean name, it´s just a bicycle… And a boring one.

    What? says:
  • What happens when I go 88 mph on this baby?

    Danno says:
  • Where the heck is flux capacitor? 🙂

    Behemoth says:
  • Just bought similar spec for £600

    Colin says:
  • The kit along alone on the road bike pictured is way more than £600! more like 4 times that i know just purchased one like it, from looking at their website this Delorean bike very nicely built.

    leadout says:

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