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(The Gear Loop) - Polestar has made waves in the car industry with its line-up of achingly stylish electric vehicles, but the company, which prides itself on cutting-edge design, doesn’t want to stop there.

Polestar’s "Polestar Additionals" webshop, which includes everything from branded caps to limited edition electric scooters from fellow Swedish company Cake, now sports a limited run mountain bike that’s just as cool as its cars.

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The hand-built machine has been made in collaboration with Swedish, family-owned bicycle company Allebike, and packs a handful of unique components and features that arose from the unlikely collaboration.

Based on the Alpha model from Allebike, the machine packs a more upright seating position that enables efficient climbs, and a slack head tube angle of 65 degrees results in more confidence when riding downhill

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There’s a stiff but lightweight carbon fibre-reinforced polymer (CFRP) frame, which was co-engineered and co-designed by Polestar and Allebike. It packs a more angular shape and a new symmetrical rear swing arm.

According to its maker, a wireless dropper post is standard and wireless shifting is an optional tech feature.

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Naturally, the Allebike Alpha Polestar edition is perfectly colour co-ordinated with Polestar cars and will only be available in two matte exterior metallic colours Snow and Space.

Like Polestar cars, the full-suspension bike is equipped with Öhlins dampers. The golden (gold features across the bike) Polestar versions of the Öhlins RXF34 m.2 29 Air Suspension with 130 mm travel (front damper) and the TTX1Air 120 mm travel (rear damper) are tuned specifically to give the limited-edition mountain bike optimal performance.  

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Like what you see? Well, it will be sold exclusively online and cost a whopping €9,500 (£9,702).

Writing by Leon Poultney.