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    Posted: 09 November 2018 at 8:19am
Hi folks
here from Trisled of Austrailia is the custom built Super Nitro low racer not lots of info but a page to check out if you have deep pockets  http://trisled.com.au/super-nitro-low-racer/
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Chain tube running between the fork and front wheel is interesting! 

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Yes Alan
I bet is fun when turning, I would think that is a mistake.
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Having ridden a Festina with a similar setup I will say that it won't be an issue for racing and is more efficient than diverting the chain with rollers.

Unless there are very sharp, slow corners the chain won't contact the wheel; even if it does it will just flex.






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