The 3T Exploro BMW Edition Bike

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An Italian bike that is as stylish as it is innovative.

When Italian brand 3T introduced the Exploro in 2016, it made waves in the industry as the world’s first full-aero gravel bike. It featured an aero downtube with a wide shape that captured the airflow from the front tire. Plus, the squared off tail optimized aero performance, strength, and stiffness at the same time. The bike also suited a wide range of surfaces, from gravel to paved and mountain trails. Four years later, and the award-winning Exploro bike is still the only full-aero gravel bike in the world. Now, 3T has partnered with BMW to launch a special edition of the bike.

The 3T Exploro BMW Edition bike features the same cutting-edge build of the original model. It comes with a lightweight carbon fiber frame and the company’s aero downtube technology that maximizes performance. Perfect on pavement and great off-road, the bike also comes with Shimano GRX shift and brake levers, a Shimano 11-42T casette, and a Fulcrum Racing 7 DB wheelset with DRP double-seal hubs.

The special edition of the Exploro bike features premium quality Schwalbe G-ONE SPEED Evo 650b 50mm tires and a Brooks Cambium saddle in Nartural or Rubber Brown colors. Matching Brooks Cambium handlebars complete the design. The 3T Exploro BMW Edition bike comes in four sizes and two color options: Gray and Blue. If you want to buy one, you can find the bike at 3T and selected BMW dealers, priced at $5,499. Photographs© 3T.

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