Last Summer, Milani Bicycles quietly introduced these Maserati design bicycles using the automaker’s signature deep blue color.  Available in two versions, the racy Veloce (above, click to enlarge) and the fast commuter Turismo come spec’d with high end components worthy of both brands.

Started in 1927, Milani has been building handmade bicycles from steel, aluminum and carbon fiber from its northeastern Italian factory and shipping them throughout the world for decades.

The Maserati Veloce was inspired by the Gran Turismo sport coupe and comes spec’d with:

– color: blue carbon Maserati
– gruppo: campagnolo record 10 v
– handle bar: deda
– stem: deda
– seat: san marco
– seat post: deda
– wheels: ambrosio carbon
– tires: vittoria open corsa evo cx
– sizes: s m l xl xxl

Hit ‘more’ for pricing and to see the Maserati Turismo commuter bike…


Pricing for the models range from $3,870 to $7,741 and they’re available at Milani retailers and Maserati dealerships.


  1. Good point cheeken. Sometimes when I’m riding in Santa Monica, I see a beautiful Lamborghini Gallardo with a trunk rack. The owner of said Lambo rides an equally sweet BMC road bike. That’s just kick ass. Oh, and just the other day, I saw a Porsche Carrera S with a trailer hitch-rack carrying two mountain bikes. I thought was awesome too.

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