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    Wow. There are some Beeeautiful machines in this thread. Thanks for sharing the images.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darukhan View Post
    I quite like this one.

    Of course, I can tell I'm sick. I keep thinking how much better it will look once I converted into a FWD recumbent.
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    One nice Friday from Indonesia (I wished this were mine)...






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    This is the new Origami Dragonfly 8. I hope you all like it.

    20140109_124529[1].jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by darukhan View Post
    What is that front suspension? Reminds me of an early Moulton or Cannondale headshok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinigis View Post
    This is the new Origami Dragonfly 8. I hope you all like it.

    20140109_124529[1].jpg
    You need to post more details (and at least one picture of the drivetrain side).

    (When ready, you should start a new thread.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinigis View Post
    This is the new Origami Dragonfly 8. I hope you all like it.

    20140109_124529[1].jpg
    Rear suspension but no front suspension?!?
    I know next to nothing. I am frequently wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mconlonx View Post
    Rear suspension but no front suspension?!?
    Yes, with a more upright position the rear suspension is more valuable than a front suspension.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cplager View Post
    You need to post more details (and at least one picture of the drivetrain side).

    (When ready, you should start a new thread.)
    I will start a new thread when we have the professional photos in hand. But, for now, here a few more snapshots.
    20140109_142131[1].jpg20140109_142110[1].jpg20140109_142127[1].jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinigis View Post
    Yes, with a more upright position the rear suspension is more valuable than a front suspension.
    I've found with the Birdy that front suspension for me is more about handling than comfort. That's what leaves me scratching my head with the new Origami bike.
    I know next to nothing. I am frequently wrong.

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    does that mean i can add a bike or two here as well .... mind you i am selling them .... even after i took my link out of the bottom as it is not allowed for professionals to have one ...

    just sayin
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThorUSA View Post
    does that mean i can add a bike or two here as well .... mind you i am selling them .... even after i took my link out of the bottom as it is not allowed for professionals to have one ...

    just sayin
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    good lookin bike Piniges

    Well, it is a bike that I like. :-)

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    a few concept bikes with interesting features..








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    Those are some amazing concept bikes 'smallwheeler'.

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    Cute, but, a CG animation is hard to test ride..

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    Sweet Pacific If-Reach with FSA and Color+ components!


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    Quote Originally Posted by smallwheeler View Post
    in it's folded position, the front wheel and stem assembly of the picnica flops to one side and makes handling awkward. also, there is no clip or locking mechanism to hold the fold together. a possible solution would be a folding handlebar that would capture the frame tubes and hold the front wheel upright and prevent pivoting. it would have the added benefit of enabling a more narrow and compact profile. some type of clasp or strap would thread through the back wheel and hold the fold tightly together.









    or something like this:


    interestingly, the problem wasn't ignored by bridgestone, in fact, they did produce something similar to the above in one iteration of the picnica (the DX i think). the twiddly knob releases the handlebars and pivots on the stem:


    addendum:

    doppelganger now makes a very nice folding handlebar; good for what i was thinking for the picnica, but also great for other apps.






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    Quote Originally Posted by darukhan View Post
    Sweet Pacific If-Reach with FSA and Color+ components!

    these are beautiful bikes. i just wish they weren't aluminum with integrated headsets.

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    here's another wonderfully weird Amanda offering. although i couldn't find a pic of it, this looks a separable to me.




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