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That hole surely doesn’t make up for the added weight from the beefy frame and shaft drive which will add a few pounds each.
I think they are probably referring to the visual mass of the frame in this case.
Ah yes, usually when I read “mass” I think weight, but being a design blog that makes a bit more sense. You know, my couch has a lot of visual mass too, can they design me one with a hole is the back?
That sounds like a DIY project to me. Do you have a sawzall?
Perhaps they will seal helium into the interior for inflated fairings?
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Hey folks, I think you do not speak Portuguese, but you’ll probably understand the message of the video ” a frame made with 200 PET bottles”
It’s would be a great partnership between Mr. Lovegrove (Biomega) and Mr. Muzzi
I suggest new monocoque frames!
Will either of these two new bikes be made available with the new Shimano 11 speed internal hub?
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We are looking for a reference/maintanence manual for our Biomega Copenhagen bike.
We will appreciate any help and suggestions.
Hi Elizabeth, I would contact Biomega directly at http://biomega.dk/biomega.aspx . They should be able to help you.
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