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This bike is sure to make a big impression, and yes of course there are similarities to some existing designs. Ceepo expects Andy Potts and various other professional athletes they support to be on this Shadow-R in Kona this year.
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The disc brakes, hubs and various other components are shielded by this Central Beam, and no, this is not a fender wrapped around the Vision front wheel, but rather part of the structure that holds that Central Beam.
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Here is a closer look at the point where the unique Ceepo Shadow-R is connected to the headtube. The brake cable also runs through structure.
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This is what the wind sees.
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Ceepo added channels into the Central Beam.
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A storage unite with a zipper is integrated into the design and can hold a variety of items. But hopefully nothing you need quick access to.
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The integrated bento box on the top will likely hold gels etc.
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Another look at the bottom part of the frame where the storage box sits.
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The proud R&D crew from Ceepo at Eurobike, where the bike was finally shown to the world today. Sean Chou, Gilles Cantin and Damon Millar.
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Here is an image from the brochure Ceepo brought to Eurobike.