It’s like a normal Santa Cruz Chameleon but with red paint and a Supreme logo on the downtube. So, clearly, it’s worth a ton of dough. If you’re a hypebeast and you need a new ride you can try and cop one of these limited edition collabs.
The complete bike is built with 27.5 €³ wheels and tires, a SRAM 1x drivetrain, Rock Shox suspension, Race Face Aeffect cranks with Chester pedals, and SRAM Level brakes. Only 100 were made with a price tag of $2,500 but the real fun when it comes to Supreme labeled goods is the aftermarket. There are already two bikes listed on eBay. One going for a whopping $9,999.88 and another listed at $15,000. Yeesh. For that price, I’d get a few bikes and build a knockoff.