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Two sets of wheel ( front and rear with) + body
=$605.00

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Hi Rendell
This is the first try 3d model without wheel drop out. Price seems very reasonable. I will talk about this tomorrow more. You can take look “preview 3d.stl” file at the top left corner

I will post more pricing with more options…

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There is a central locking point in the stem, it locks the handlebars and it locks off the flow in the hydraulic brake lines, so the wheels can be locked. Brakelines are inside the frame, stem, handlebars. Thieves need to cut into these vital parts to mess with it.
The handlebars lock may not always be practical; it was mainly designed to fold together for easy storage. Locking the bike with the handlebars was just a bonus. In the concept a cable lock was integrated inside the long arch which could be pulled out, wrapped around a fixed object and inserted in the stem, double acting as a steertube lock.

Central locking point

Central locking point

Locking the handlebars

Locking the handlebars

The headlamp is a 3Watt high power led integrated into the stem. This is a high and well visible position on the bike and by integrating the lamp a vulnerable part of the bike is eliminated. The taillight is integrated in the rear fender; it has 9 LEDs that shine not only straight to the rear but also to the sides. The strong plastic lens on the taillight protects the LEDs and redirects the light beams backwards instead of towards the planes and stars in the sky. An extra set of LEDs are put in the ends of the handlebars as this makes the bicycle in the dark optically wider, so cars are more likely to give room to the cyclist.

Headlamp integrated in the stem

Headlamp integrated in the stem

Taillight integrated in the fender

Taillight integrated in the fender