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This high powered cruiser is designed for highway sportsbike mayhem on a hybrid of race bike and cruiser. The positioning of the handlebars, footrests and seating position allow the user to be in a position similar to that if on a sportsbike, however the arms will be more outstretched. Positioning the seat much lower and at a friendly angle to the tank will allow the rider to rest against the back of the tank.
With hubless wheels and minimal side profile, the Kruzor will handle highway driving crosswinds better than any predecessors before it. The hubless wheels work by fixing the rotating parts of the wheel (bearings etc) onto the outer side of a non-rotating inner ring that attaches to the motorcycle's swingarm or forks.

The footrests are positioned at angle which allow the foot to be rested flat on a surface, differing from the common pegs used extensively on bikes built currently and in the past.

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Chris Stiles
Industrial Designer Brisbane, Australia