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2012 Cinelli Laser Concept

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2012 cinelli laser concept   2012 Cinelli Laser Concept

First introduced by Cinelli in the ‘80s, Laser plays a great part in the revolutionizing of cycling designs. Over three decades later, it still maintains is reputation as one of the best bike frames ever made. For 2012, Cinelli has released a concept bike for Laser.

This is in time with the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, in which the track race culture will be a main feature. This awaited event will take place in the beautiful city of London. While the carbon frameset of the 2012 Cinelli Laser Concept Bike is inspired by a classic geometry, it is also updated to modern track racing.

The selected contemporary carbon allows making incredible aerodynamic shapes with all the stiffness that a carbon track frame must have. Some modifications will be done on its San Marco Zoncolan saddle.

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Mondraker Podium Carbon Futuristic Concept Bike

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Mondraker, a Spanish bicycle manufacturer, has come up with a futuristic concept bike, the Podium Carbon. One of the latest hi-tech cycling items on the market today. This is a hot item to watch out for. Its new frame is created with a proprietary fabrication process making it stiffer than its predecessor.

To reduce the height of the front, Mondraker took off the stem and integratef it with the frame. By doing this, the steering tube is shortened while the front area of the bike is strengthened. Consequently, the force transmission from the upper body to the trail is enhanced.

Featured by the Modraker Podium Carbon Futuristic Concept Bike is the incredibly revolutionary Tronesque lines that introduce an integrated stem technology that has been seen on road bikes in recent years. Now, Mondraker is the first one to apply this technology to mountain bikes.

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Prius X Parlee- Toyota Prius Project Concept Bike

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Toyota and Parlee Cycles teamed up for 2011 to create a bike that is mentally connected to its rider. This design project is being carried out with a goal of creating a bike that sums up the revolutionary design concepts of the Toyota Prius.

Called PXP of Prius X Parlee, this aero-road bike that blends complex and simplicity is inspired by the well-known Prius car. The PXP will feature maximized ease of use with a monocoque carbon-fiber frame that will reduce the bikes weight while increasing its performance and durability.

While the Prius X Parlee- Toyota Prius Project Concept Bike appears to be just a typical slick aero carbon fiber road bike, it has some one-of-a-kind features that set the bike apart from others. With the EEG powered helmet designed by Deeplocal, riders can enjoy mind-controlled shifting like never before.

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Le Pliable Folding Bike

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le pliable folding bike 1 300x212   Le Pliable Folding BikeThe “Le Pliable” folding bike is a bold creation bike by a French designer in Boston. The bike uses the standard basic components of a bicycle and all its parts are readily replaceable. The designer, Saul Maret based his concept on the central headset position.

The “Le Pliable” folding bike presents some interesting features. To begin, its frame is foldable Aluminum 6061 anodized tube treatment and with a 11/8” headset. It has a quick release open saddle that can also be folded and a snap release open modify seatpost height. In addition, it has an open swingarm that could be quickly released and folded. Likewise, the pedals can be folded and stays remain in crank window. It is very innovative concept worth riding.

Other remarkable features are the red deflector and red LEDs, the wheel size is 16” and with a gearbox in hub of 3 sprockets. The length of the…

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Peugeot SR1 Concept Bike

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Peugeot, the French car maker, showed the world that they can also be flexible to create and design a bike that will definitely catch your eye. The SR1 concept bike was on display at last week’s International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland.

Together with the SR1 concept car, the concept bike was designed to be a head-turner. The spoke and hubless rear wheel with rim drive system makes a striking impression. Its leather ‘tyres’ clearly says that the bike places form and innovation above function.

Tim Andrew, mountain biker enthusiast, noted on his website yellowwheels.com that the bike can possibly be similar to its concept car counterpart. The hybrid drive system with electric power and regenerative brakes in the car might possibly be placed for the bike as well.

The concept bike seems to be have been made to complement the concept car. Peugeot certainly stuck to the same minimalistic look…

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Peugeot B1K Concept Bike

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A ton of exciting stuff has came from the Peugeot camp, first we showed you the re-introduction from Peugeot back in the cycling world, and now the design team has launched some images of the Peugeot B1K Concept Bike. Stated as a racing bike, the Peugeot B1K Concept Bicycle uses a chainless drivetrain, and carbon fiber materials. As of now, not much is known on production, and more than likely we can say this is eye candy.

Source: BikeRumor

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Cannondale Dutchess: A Concept Bike for the Urban Cyclist

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The Cannondale Dutchess is a concept bike that identifies itself through its unique drive train. Wytze van Mansum, a TU Delft design student for Cannondale, designed the Dutchess. Mansum’s inspiration came for the growing demand for something different among urban cyclists. The Cannondale Dutchess is a women’s bike, marketed at the female rider who is looking for change. At the moment, the female bike is just a concept. We’ll see if it’s grand enough to make an appearance at next year’s InterBike.

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