Sadly it's just a replica, not an actual working bike
Image via Netflix Japan
The elusive million PokéDollar bicycle from the Cerulean City Bike Shop in Pokémon Red and Green has been recreated in the real world and at a real-world scale, and is free to get – with no fetch quest from the Pokémon Fan Club President and voucher needed!
The real-life replica of the Miracle Cycle bike was created for the celebration of 1 million followers on the Pokémon Information Bureau Twitter account, one follower for every PokéDollar the bicycle is worth (though in the original Pokémon Red/Green games, the money system was based on yen, meaning the 1 million yen cycle was worth roughly US$10,000 in 1995).
There will only be one bike given out to a follower of the Twitter account who Tweet using the hashtag #ポケモンの100万円じてんしゃ (Pokémon's 1 million yen bicycle) until August 3 and live in Japan.
One downside to the amazingly replicated rolling apparatus is that it doesn't actually roll – the bike is decorative only. So you won't be able to take it down (or up, but you have other problems there!) the cycling road.
Daryl Harding is a Japan Correspondent for Crunchyroll News. He also runs a YouTube channel about Japan stuff called TheDoctorDazza, tweets at @DoctorDazza, and posts photos of his travels on Instagram.