- New Dutch bike with an unfortunate name.
Maybe something got lost in the translation, but calling a bike EPO doesn’t sound like a good marketing move to me.
Using a Gates belt drive, Brooks saddle and non-standard hubs doesn’t quite match up with the aim to “keep costs down” either.
But then I suppose that’s what happens when someone from Design Academy Eindhoven has a go at making a bike.Posted 4 years ago
Tsk, designers, eh?PhilOMember
If you lower the saddle, does the bottom bracket get closer to the ground?
You could use small adjustments in BB height to adjust belt tension, I suppose. 😀
…why not put the fork on the rh side for neatness ?
Where would you mount the brake caliper? Admittedly, they seem to have got around that at the rear by mounting it on the bottom of the stay…Posted 4 years ago
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