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  1. andy says

    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.

    • James T says

      I think they are probably referring to the visual mass of the frame in this case.

      • andy says

        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?

        • James T says

          That sounds like a DIY project to me. Do you have a sawzall?

  2. Ross Nicholson says

    Perhaps they will seal helium into the interior for inflated fairings?

  3. Juliano says

    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!

  4. Gary says

    Will either of these two new bikes be made available with the new Shimano 11 speed internal hub?

  5. Elizabeth Bairami says

    We are looking for a reference/maintanence manual for our Biomega Copenhagen bike.
    We will appreciate any help and suggestions.

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