Bike shops are all over the country offering up bikes to go for under $1 million.
But for most people, it’s a big leap to get one for less.
Bike shop owner and road bike enthusiast Jeff Gentry shows off his $1.5 million road bike, which he bought from a dealer in Miami, Fla.
The bike is powered by a Ducati 1199 Scrambler and is available for $1.,399.
The owner says it’s very light and well-built, and he hopes to sell it in a few years.
A couple of months ago, he got a call from a bike dealer in Philadelphia.
They had one sitting in their garage for $8,400.
They thought it might be worth the extra $400.
“The first day I opened the box, I was like, ‘I don’t know if this is going to work, this is just really, really cheap,'” Gentry said.
“And they said, ‘Oh, you should go and buy one, it might have some life left in it.’
I said, I’m gonna just take this bike for a spin.”
The next day, the bike went on sale for $11,995.
Gentry bought it from the dealer and now it’s one of the more popular bikes in his shop.
“It’s a pretty cool bike,” Gentry told Fox Sports.
“I love it, and I’m really excited to sell the bike.”
A little more than two years ago, Gentry had a similar experience with his $6,900 bike.
He says he bought it in an auction from a local dealer for $5,900.
Gentry says he wanted to try to sell a bike he says he already had for about $3,000.
In the meantime, he and his wife had a second car.
So when he went to get his bike for the second time, the car’s mechanic told him it had a factory warranty on it.
So he decided to get an engine rebuild and put the bike up for sale, too.
Gided said he had a good conversation with the mechanic.
The mechanic told Gided that it was not possible to get the bike for that price, because the engine had a lifetime warranty.
“He said that the engine, the frame, the components, and the paint were all factory-made,” Gided explained.
“So he said, you could never get a bike for $3 million that’s still factory-built.
He said it would be a little hard to get that in today’s world.”
Gentley said the mechanic also suggested that he consider purchasing a custom bike for him.
“They were like, that would be great, we would do that, too,” Gained said.
Now that he has his bike, Gained says he’s excited to take it out on the road.
He plans to get it on the track soon and will make a few changes to make it as lightweight as possible.
He also has plans to make the bike even more fun to ride.
As for his bike’s warranty, he’s already done a few things to make sure it will last.
With the engine rebuilt, he says the bike is light enough that it can easily go through the city streets of Miami without any trouble.
Gentley also says he has a lot of time on his hands.
“This is my passion, and that’s the way I want to live my life,” Genced said.