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Compagnia Ducale: Romeo without a steering wheel

Italian bicycle manufacturer Compagnia Ducale is responsible for the official two-wheelers of Alfa Romeo, Fiat and Lancia. Its latest offering takes its name from the Alfa 4C, and inherits the baby coupé’s extensive use of carbonfibre…

Having already created an 8C Competizione-inspired bicycle, the collaboration between Compagnia Ducale and Alfa Romeo Centro Stile has generated another car-inspired two-wheeler, this time based on the 4C. Like its four-wheeled cousin, the 4C bicycle strives for minimal weight, with the forks and world-first semi-tube frame made from carbonfibre – the latter being both strengthened and decorated with steel tie rods.

Other automotive-themed bicycles from Compagnia Ducale include several fold-up bikes designed to complement the Fiat 500.

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