May 12, 2010
The rider is assisted by a 240-watt motor and lithium-ion battery to help out with the pedaling -- and has a high-tech look. It comes across as the luxury car of bikes -- carbon-fiber construction, a fancy belt drive system instead of a chain and an eight-speed transmission.
So far, neither automaker has announced plans to sell their bikes. But it sounds like one or both could make it to the sales floor somehow.