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A likely story
Last Post 03/20/2014 01:10 PM by ChinookPass .. 3 Replies.
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79pmooney

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03/20/2014 01:11 AM
"Calfee says the unusually looking bulge in the down tube was necessary to handle the extreme stresses in that area, particularly when combined with the huge S&S coupler"

http://www.cyclingnews.com/features/photos/nahbs-2014-gallery-traditional-road-bikes-dominate-the-floor/297265

Actually, that bike just swallowed a good sized mouse.  Don't believe me?  Think about a snake.  What it would look like if you put an S&S coupler on it.  (THe Calfee crew are excellent engineers but they flunked anatomy.)

Ben
THE SKINNY

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03/20/2014 09:07 AM
is that the one that can break down into a single rider bike? that would be something to have.
How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.
79pmooney

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03/20/2014 12:57 PM
Yeah! Take a look at the link. Shows it in both setups. Cool bike!

Ben
ChinookPass

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03/20/2014 01:10 PM
what you really need is the tandem where, if you are in the middle of a ride and the stoker starts bitching, you can pull a pin and eject the stoker.

In seriousness, that is a good example of a problem (tandems are a pain to transport) that was solved quite elegantly.
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