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For certain parts stiffer is more important than lighter.


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Does anybody notice that the grips are canted forward? Who could possibly ride that way? I do like the male slider fork. That is now the norm for high end motorcycles, but there is probably a fairly large weigh penalty for that especially by the time you get the alternative bar attachment, etc.

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The main cool thing about this thing is how the frame is made. The Lexus works utilize a 3-d braider instead of laying up sheets of carbon fiber.

I can see staggering weight weenie implications using this new generation of manufacturing technology...


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Well that info was not in the pictures. I realize this was a "design study" but I can think of way more interesting uses that would actually be practical.

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Those extensions are designed to impale the guy in front of you.


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Sharp, pointy triathlon extensions on a mountain bike... I used to have ideas like that but then I stopped taking drugs...


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