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NuBike's takedown

Old 07-08-19, 02:26 PM
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NuBike's takedown

I'm pretty sure this has made its rounds around here last year:

Pretty much all of the reasoning behind this design is Foo, but if you skip to about 1m 10s you can see a pretty swanky takedown that seems like it would be pretty awesome to see again sometime. Lever-driven bikes are absolutely Not New, and the Kickstarter failed miserably, so this bike isn't ever making it out into production - but it's cool to think about never the less. It wouldn't be a great bike, but perhaps a handy one for travel, with such a takedown.
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