Porsche launches three new... bikes

Porsche’s current model line-up includes 7 models (Boxster, Cayman, 911, 918 Spyder, Panamera, Macan and Cayenne) and has never been that big, with more models expected to follow in the next couple of years.

This time Porsche is expanding its bike collection by adding three new members: Bike RX, Bike RS and Bike, which will be available from March 2014.

Porsche says that sportiness, performance and driving pleasure also apply to their two wheel vehicles.

The Bike RX features a 20-speed gear assembly supplied by Shimano, carbon frame, DT Swiss air-suspension fork, hydraulic disc brakes and 27.5 inch wheels, making it ideal partner for off-road routes.

The Bike RS also features a high-end frame, with ergonomic components made from carbon, tipping the scales at just 9kg. This one with a 20-speed gear assembly is ideal for sporty rides through vibrant urban settings or extended trips.

The third one, the Porsche Bike, featuring a Shimano Alfine 8-speed hub gear assembly and MT26 disc brakes provided by Magura, making it the ideal for the urban jungle.

All Porscke Bikes come with anti-theft label, applied as standard under the paint on the frame. The label contains a unique code and is intended to deter thieves..

The Porsche Bikes will be offered in three sizes (S, M and L) through Porsche Centres around the world and online at www.porsche.com/shop


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