Some might think £20,000 is rather a lot to spend on a push bike, but what if we told you it’s been reportedly dubbed one of the world’s most advanced bikes and that it features a host of electronic gizmos? Factor_001_bike Beru f1 Systems' Factor 001: has an on-board computer and GPS Image courtesy of Gizmag Although the …
That saddle doesn't look particularly ergonomic to me.
Lol! If you knew anything about cycling you'd understand.
There are much better bikes for a fraction of the price though. The whole thing just screams gimmick. In fact no, the whole thing just screams, full stop.
PS: Where's the iThing dock?
It's not designed for a fat Dilbert arse. In its riding position, it'll support the sitbones without fouling the free movement of thighs built like angry, knotted trees.
Fugly machine, though, really really fugly.
but it's got "analogue" gears. tsk. how quaint, how 2008.
"ergonomic, biometric and environmental data."
you're not trying hard enough.
:) and it's ugly.
Paris. er something about riding.
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