The Beast's cast and CNC-machined handlebar and stem, with ESI grips
Front view of the Beast showing the built-in LED headlight, Fox suspension and one piece handlebar and stem
The handlebar and stem features a built-in LED headlight
At the heart of the Beast is the futuristic-looking 19-inch CNC-machined Monocoque 7075 aluminum frame
The first Beast bikes to leave the workshop will be part of a limited run
The Beast enjoys its intended setting - at the top of a mountain track
Inside the belly of the Beast
The Beast benefits from Fox fork and rear suspension, the latter with a "Nukeproof titanium spring"
Brembo disc brakes also feature, which would otherwise normally be found on Formula1 cars but not on bikes - until now
The Beast being shown off to an adoring crowd recently
The Beast visits the Brembo factory in Italy
The drive consists of a Gebhardt GP custom front chainwheel, Rohloff rear cog and a specially developed KMC X1 chain with a Rohloff Speedhub 500/14 tandem version with Rohloff twist shifter gearing system
M55 is set to release the Beast 55 pedelec bike, featuring a CNC-machined aluminum frame, Formula One braking technology and top of the range components
The Beast features a brushless electric motor that is said to make uphill climbs a relatively easy affair
Budapest mountain bike enthusiasts coming together as M55 have spent the last four years bringing their pedelec dream into existence. Now the Beast has risen. The first hand-built, luxury human-electric bikes out of the workshop doors will be restricted to a limited production run of just 55 and are said to feature the very best that technology has to offer. In addition to the fully CNC-machined aluminum frame and carbon fiber plates, the Beast 55 benefits from Formula One stopping power, a brushless electric motor that is claimed to make uphill climbs a relatively easy affair, and Fox suspension.
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