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Cabe Atwell
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Re: Placement of the touch screen
Cabe Atwell   8/27/2013 2:02:39 PM
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It's amazing to see what was once found only in high-end automobiles, such as in Audi's TT and R8 models, incorporated into off-road bicycles. 

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Placement of the touch screen
Pubudu   8/15/2013 2:24:05 PM
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I am vey uncomfortable with the placement of the touch screen of the bike.

I believe that it should come to the handle of the bike like the instrumental panel of the motor bikes. 

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Re: MR Shock Improves Biking
Charles Murray   7/24/2013 7:54:35 PM
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I've seen magnetorheological shocks before, but I never expected to see it on a bike. Cool idea!

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MR Shock Improves Biking
apresher   7/22/2013 2:07:58 PM
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Excellent video and project.



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