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Bike Designed To Be Ridden Laying On Stomach

This is the $8,500 Bird Of Prey, a bicycle designed to be ridden semi-prone for increased aerodynamics and head trauma in the event of an accident. Jesus -- wear a helmet, lady! In other words, this bicycle has its riders leaning all the way forward, legs stretched out the back, as if flying through the air, with their hips and elbows fully supported through leather pads.
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