Axios – The aluminum bike on display for the Axios Dealers Day Sale, which kicked off Wednesday, was the latest of a slew of affordable aluminum bikes from manufacturers including Fisker, Trek, KTM, Cannondale, and Cannondeal.
Axios acquired the bikes from an unnamed buyer, who bought the bikes through a broker.
The bikes range from $1.6 to $2,200, and the prices for each bike range from under $400 to more than $3,000.
The bikes, all of which are available in either a full aluminum or a carbon frame, come with a variety of extras, including LED headlights, a kickstand, an adjustable seat post, and a rear rack.
You can also customize the bike with custom wheels and tires.
Forbes.com has the bike for sale for under $2 million.
That price puts it below the current price for the first batch of bikes, which were launched earlier this month.
The bike also comes with a $1-million warranty.
The company said the bikes will ship in November and the price will start at $2.99, $3.99 and $4.99 depending on the size of the bike.
Auctioneer Tom Stoddard said he was hoping to sell up to a dozen bikes, including some he already owned, and that he’s looking for a good deal.
“I’m not sure if I’ll be able to sell everything,” he said.
“I think I might be able for a couple bikes to sell.”
He added that he expects to have to wait about a week before he can sell off the bikes.
He’s expecting to have about 30-50 bikes available for sale by mid-December, and hopes to make up the remaining inventory by the end of February.
The first batch is already sold out, but there will be more to come.
The Axios Deals Dealers day sale is open to anyone who wants to buy or sell a motorcycle.
If you want to know how to bid on a motorcycle, check out the FAQ on the website.