That 24k Gold Plated Fat Bike is Back on Sale for $1 Million USD for Charity

Back in 2013, the world’s most expensive mountain bike was unveiled. First spotted by MTBR, the 24k gold plated mountain bike was a monument to excess and valued at $1 million USD.

The base frame is a Salsa Mukluk fat bike (current MSRP $2,799 USD) that is overlaid with 24k gold. On top of the frame, you get a menagerie of finishing details including Italian red leather in the rim, brown chocolate alligator skin on the seat, brown chocolate cowhide grips and a stingray skin water bottle. Finishing off the bike is the emblem that has 600 black diamonds (6.0 carats in total) and 500 golden sapphires (4.5 carats in total) embedded in it and is designed to be a standalone piece of jewelry. There’s also a signature piece of 24k solid gold at the back of the headtube that features the signature of the creator.

That creator is a

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