History is rife with tales of mythical creatures, so fantastic in their description that they push the limits of belief.
The Loch Ness Monster has, for decades, inspired wonder from the murky depths surrounding the Scottish Highlands. According to folklore, Bigfoot casts a giant, primitive shadow throughout the forests of the Pacific Northwest.
A new legend has ignited the rumor mill in the quiet town of Burlington, Vermont. The beast, known simply as FTB, was first reported by group of hikers after a recent trek through the Green Mountains.
Thanks to a 14-speed Rohloff internal hub, FTB travels at breakneck speeds through the wilderness, pausing only to let its titanium frame glisten majestically in the sun.
Don't let its beauty fool you. Monstrous 4.8-inch tires and a nearly indestructible carbon belt drive allow it to crush anything in its path.
Brave men and women are being recruited to help tame the beast. Only the truly adventurous need apply.
Do you have what it takes? Discover the Budnitz FTB Limited.