The price for the bike also comes with a return trip to Tokyo.
A couple of years back, Japanese consumer electronics company Cerevo introduced its limited-edition Orbitrec road bike, which features a custom-fit frame made of carbon fiber tubes joined by 3D-printed titanium lugs.
The bike's downtube contains a GPS unit as well as sensors that measure nine ride metrics, such as angular velocity, ambient temperature, acceleration, and geomagnetic orientation.
Data collected from the sensors gets transmitted to a server in the cloud in order to create a customized ride log. The information can also be sent to a third-party cycling computer or a smartphone app (both iOS and Android are supported).