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This bike is expensive. Really expensive. But it’s also a DeLorean. Yes, that DeLorean. DeLorean Motor Company is back, and this time around they’re doing a bicycle. The first thing you’ll notice about the bike (since it’s not moving and you can’t see the luminescent wheels) is probably the fact that the frame is pretty damn shiny. That’s because, like the car that came before it, it’s made entirely of stainless steel. Italian-made Columbus XCR tubing makes up the body, so it’s stiff, durable, smooth and not terribly heavy. Bearing the DeLorean name and looking the way it does are also positive, but it’s also a well-constructed bike. We haven’t actually ridden one (yet), so you’ll have to try it out yourself to see if an emergency brake kicks in at 87mph.

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