SEX Pistols rocker Johnny Rotten pimps an impeller that bears his name.
The ‘Anarchy in the UK’ singer, 67, added a cartoon of himself to the £1,800 frame.
US company Ionic developed Johnny Rotten’s hardtail mountain bike in the early 2000s – now it’s back with the former punk rebel’s hallmark.
A source said: “This time they wanted to see if Johnny would put his name to work professionally and he said yes.”
“Johnny’s version of his bike is orange and features a drawing he made himself during his performance and signed by him.”
However, for £1,800, fans will only get the frame with the cartoon on it. A full build of the high performance bike costs up to £6,800.
It’s a world away from the Pistols’ heyday of the 1970s, when they had seven UK Top Ten hits, including God Save The Queen and Pretty Vacant.
Meanwhile, Johnny, real name John Lydon, will be embarking on his I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right speaking tour of the UK this coming May and June.
It will be the first time he has been out since his wife Nora died in April aged 80.
Earlier this year, he competed for Ireland’s participation in the Eurovision Song Contest with a song called “Hawaii” dedicated to Nora, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2018.