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Two wheels are enough for these Aston Martin and Maserati racers

While some car manufacturers are pouring all their resources into developing the next hypercar, others are going back to the roots of transportation with two-wheeled, man-powered vehicles — bicycles…

Kicking it old school

Two car manufacturing powerhouses, Aston Martin and Maserati, have teamed up with bicycle manufactures Storck and Montante Cicli to create a new generation of bicycles. While Aston Martin and Storck have focused on a limited-edition model of the Fascenario.3, Maserati and Montante Cicli have set out to produce six models separated into two collections — sport and heritage. Both companies have focused on melding each of their storied histories with today’s technology and have set production numbers relatively low. After the Fascernario.3 debuted in London earlier this month and the sport and heritage models premiered last week in Milan, more and more Aston Martins and Maseratis are bound to pop up all over the Continent in the upcoming months.

Photos: Aston Martin and Montante Cicli

A wide range of (four-wheeled) Aston Martins and Maseratis can be found in the Classic Driver Market.