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The Bird of Prey, A Concept Bicycle Ridden In a Semi-Prone Position Creating a Much Faster Ride

The Bird of Prey is a concept bicycle that is ridden in a semi-prone position for a more aerodynamic, faster, and more comfortable ride. Rather than riding in a seated position, riders lean forward with their weight resting on their hips and arms. via Contemporist, New Atlas, Oh Gizmo, Technabob Related Laughing Squid PostsBicymple, A […]
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