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We were given our athlete's current training bike. I fabricated a temporary adjustable seat to find the best positioning of his body in relation to the cranks.
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Detail of the adjustable seat for pinpointing seat height and angle.
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Laser cut models to demonstrate and test fork rake and turning angles.
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Demonstration model for the rider interaction component. Grips and crank-arms for transferring power from the rider to the gears. Offset angled cranks allow for better clearance, while electronic shift buttons on the grips make for a more fluid cycling experience.
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Grip demonstration.
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The AD-016 prototype. 50% scale tabletop model, made largely from segmented 3D printed parts and CNC'd wheels, and hand finished.
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Low-backed-seat and rear wheel camber detail.

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