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    News - In Win shows off D-frame chassis at CES

    Inspired by motorcycles, it says.
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    Re: News - In Win shows off D-frame chassis at CES

    erm just why? Unless bikes are really that important to you...
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    Re: News - In Win shows off D-frame chassis at CES

    Inspired by a Honda Monkey by the looks of it;



    Although, the orange one looks like the inside of a bus...
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    Re: News - In Win shows off D-frame chassis at CES

    I absolutely love how it looks; that's some lovely engineering!

    However, it's not very practical now is it. Being effectively open to the air like that.
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    Re: News - In Win shows off D-frame chassis at CES

    probably quite noisy too!

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    Re: News - In Win shows off D-frame chassis at CES

    Can't say I am a fan of that to be honest.
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    Re: News - In Win shows off D-frame chassis at CES

    I think you need a 100% clean environment for this.

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    Re: News - In Win shows off D-frame chassis at CES

    DUUUUUUUST!

    While i like the Trellis inspiration, this would be like a Level 10, ie expensive and for showing off more than as an actual daay to day case.

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    Re: News - In Win shows off D-frame chassis at CES

    look sexy

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