Liggero wrote: Can't remember now the name of the designer of this bike, if you could please put it would be nice. It's a brittish guy, he worked afterwards for giant and made really awesome things for the giant road bikes that changed the future of the road race pro tour bikes, like the compact frame, etc.
That was Mike Burrow who indeed later worked with Giant. his theory was that the seatpost tube junction was causing turbulence he the. lowered it via the compact design. ]
Side story the initial giant bikes with the ONCE were a total disaster, the aero fork was the absolute flexiest fork available back then and the aero bikes lacked stiffness.
On the Track version of the lotus (108) is the one you were talking about.
An original feature. The 2 wheels were not aligned the rear being few mm off (I have 4-6 in mind) but can't remember why (chain alignment?)
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