I think the idea has some merit, not only in the assistive technology use mentioned earlier, but for the fashionista types cruising London with so little an idea of how to ride that even stopping safely appears to be an issue. Also the easing off on the front brake if the rear wheel comes off the ground is quite a nice feature for the afore mentioned clueless commuters. It will never sell in the millions, and the company will need more than this one product to survive, but it isnt an outright bad idea.
And yes the Graphic designer is cute
[size=67]Where we're going we don't need roads!
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