the 2013 BMW Mountainbike All Mountain is not a bicycle that looks out of this world. which is a good thing, because it is a ride that your money can actually exchange for. featuring a perfectly tuned chassis and a full-suspension (we are pretty sure you already noticed that), hydro-formed and power-coated aluminum frame, which is a result of the production process used in the automobile manufacturing. other highlights include 30-gear Shimano XT derailleur and a lock-out fork for those uphill climbs, a four-pivot rear with anti-bobbing technology for optimal power transmission, fi’zi:k saddle, Crank Brothers wheel set and rocker, and hydraulic disc brakes for stopping power.
according to the Munich automaker, the 2013 BMW Mountainbike All Mountain is the result of a collaboration between BMW engineers and a German mountain bike specialist (though, no specific was offered) and will be presented in the sports collection of the BMW 2013/2014 lifestyle catalog. the 2013 BMW Mountainbike All Mountain carries a €2,995 sticker (about US$3,914) and is available now from select BMW dealers, as well as BMW online lifestyle store. oh, if junior needs a ride too, there’s also a BMW Cruise Bike Junior (€429 or around US$560) to see to your child’s off-road adventure.