Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) the popular tech device producing company has now started selling bicycles.
AMD being one of the premier specialists in high-end computer processors, has added AMD-branded bikes to its fan shop, previously home to caps, shirts, sweaters, stickers, and similar items, reports Gamerant.
Right now, fans have two bikes to choose from. There's the AMD Custom Cruiser, which lacks any gears and only has a coaster brake (used by pedalling backwards).
And another is AMD Custom Mountain Bike for those who prefer heavy-duty device. In addition to a dual-suspension frame, this model sports 21-speed gears, twist-grip index-shifting, and linear-pull brakes. It might not be as technically advanced as, say,
AMD's new Radeon RX 5300 entry-level GPU, but it's still impressive for a fan shop item.
Both bikes are available for shipping within the U.S. for $299 (plus a $50 shipping charge), and come with a few colour options for the frames and tires. AMD has also begun teasing its next big announcement to follow up Nvidia's RTX 3000 unveiling, by way of a cryptic Easter egg hidden in a custom AMD-themed Fortnite map.