Designed by a guy called Harald Cramer, it’s a custom-made time-trial cycle with all sorts of weird and wonderful innovations. The Y-frame shape means that the Oryx is shock-proof and keeps you in contact with the road at all time, and there is a one-sided fork and chain-stay. In time trial races, like the Contre la Montre at the Tour de France, every second counts, that?s why Oryx possesses an identical pair of wheels which can be removed by the push of a button.
Made of carbon composite, the handlebars, stem and fork are all one piece, with the ergonomic seat post and saddle integrated into the frame. Handlebars connect to frame via a pivot, and the seat even has a hole in it to keep you cool while you work the pedals.
That is one cool looking bike. The seat looks supremely uncomfortable but I guess if you're doing time trials you don't care.
i agree with neece i would buy the bike but put one of those cushion seats on it making it really
un- aerodynamic. i love the pedal design everythi ng is integrated…
I think this bicycle a not comfort. But would make attempt with pleasure 🙂 And this futurism design is very liked. I will add this article on FuturismNews and more other articles on this sites. Thanks. Good job.
geez man that would kill if i had to ride to work in that but i do like the bike when is it coming to Australia
Send me one so I can blast past the competition
in Hawaii. Please send me info on price and availability.Thanks,!Ringold Aarts
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where is it and how much im in england
how very strange!!!;D huiyaaar.
Please send me intell on this bike on facebook david packingham 3