Month-long Cycling Tour With An £80,000 Price Tag

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VeryFirstTo, a website dedicated to allowing its readers to be the first to know about newly launching luxury products & experiences have recently launched what they dub ‘the ultimate trip for the fashion-conscious, with the pioneer of electric bicycles, A2B’.

A2B is the German designed and engineered, award winning premium e-bike brand. Together with VeryFirstTo and in celebration of the launch of the German-made Obree and Orsted models, they are offering the opportunity for riders “to experience the world’s 12 most fashionable cities in one trip, using the most in-vogue and environmentally friendly transport: the e-bike”.

The trip will see riders “coasting around each city on catwalk-status bikes with a local guide to show them the very best of each city”.

Riders will get to keep the bicycles at the end of the tour, but with the price tag attached to the trip, you’d expect nothing less! At £80,100 per person, this month long trip isn’t one that many ‘ordinary folk’ could afford readily.

Highlights of the month-long trip "include experiencing fashionable restaurants, clubs and galleries across the globe. These include a stay at the W hotel in Barcelona, a visit to the famous Picasso Museum and exploring the Passeig de Gràcia, one of the finest shopping streets in the world”, according to VeryFirstTo.

Stateside trip highlights also include “staying at the Loews Regency in New York, dining at the Michelin starred Blue Fin and post dinner drinks and dancing at the VIP Room”.

During the day riders will visit the Guggenheim and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Across the country in L.A, riders will cruise along the infamous Mulholland Drive, and explore the ever-trendy Venice Beach. They will dine at Chateau Marmont and the infamous Mr Chow, after dinner it will be off to Teddy’s or Couture to party with the starlets – then to bed at the Hotel Bel-Air.

The trip commences any time from October onwards and the organisers say that a donation of £1000 will be made to The Prince’s Trust charity should the trip be purchased.

If you are interested in finding out more about this pricey trip of a lifetime then you can contact the team at VeryFirstTo here.

Photo Credit: Paul Wilkinson Under Creative Comms

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