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Jennifer Aniston Receives A $12,000 Chanel Bike

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Ah, the financially warped value system of Hollywood. Bear with me on this one.

So recently, Jennifer Aniston mentioned to her friend Courteney Cox that, you know, she was interested in hitting the Los Angeles bike lanes for exercise and all that. Cox, excited by the idea decided to send Jennifer a $12,000 one-of-a-kind Chanel bicycle — complete with eight speeds and a quilted leather seat and saddlebag emblazoned with the famous Chanel logo. Seriously? It also has jeweled pant clips to keep your pants from getting caught in the chain. All this, and it weighs 36lbs!

Look, we love it when stars break out the scooters, motorcycles, bikes, and other random pieces of equipment to get around with. But there’s got to be something wrong with actually purchasing a Chanel bike for $12,000 ($12,600 list) decked out in leather styling. Am I off on this one? How much is the matching helmet?

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