Oh, yes, Lamborghini even built bicycles at a time.
On the 1979 Frankfurt Motor Show, Automobili Lamborghini SpA unveiled a rather special bicycle, it wasn't built in Italy, but in Germany by Lamborghini Bike International.
This two-wheeler was very well built, using Titanium wherever possible, combined with expensive Magnesium and Polyester, all this added up to a weight of only 6.5 Kg.
The Lamborghini bicycle was built on special order only, at a cost of 7,000 DM at the time, but the production run was to be limited at only 500 units.
Before the bicycle was delivered, the actual customer's name was engraved into the frame. Note that the very first one was ordered by Herbert von Karajan.
Taking your Lamborghini onto a track attracts a lot of owners, hence the success of the Clubspecials in Zandvoort.
(added on April 24. 2007)
Harry Metcalfe drove a red Countach in the Grande Giro and talks us through the history of the V12 Bulls using the cars at the Piazza Maggiore and the factory
(added on May 28. 2013)
The Lamborghini Gallardo by Edo Competition Motorsport GmbH
(added on May 22. 2006)
We found a nice video showing just how the amazing lightweight Lamborghini Sesto Elemento is put together.
(added on December 10. 2012)
Lamborghini is getting ready to unveil a stunning new model at the 2004 Geneva Motor Show
(added on January 15. 2004)