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    Oracing NAT-R 20"

    New Oracing NAT-R

    A race handbike with 20" rear wheels.
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    Last edited by totoL1; 28 Feb 2015, 9:43 AM.

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      #3
      we have 2 of these (frames)coming into the shop for display/demo. the 20' rear wheels flopped here, trending towards 700c now, i'm doing more and more handcycles with them including mine.
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        #4
        Originally posted by fuentejps View Post
        we have 2 of these (frames)coming into the shop for display/demo. the 20' rear wheels flopped here, trending towards 700c now, i'm doing more and more handcycles with them including mine.
        Great handbikes , rigid like a rock.

        I didn't know they was going to do one with 700c wheels, I will be looking after it.

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          #5
          im not sure if they are going to do a 700c version toto I was just speaking in general regarding wheel sizes. however i'm sure Felipe will build whichever the athlete wants it. great ppl.

          Originally posted by totoL1 View Post
          Great handbikes , rigid like a rock.

          I didn't know they was going to do one with 700c wheels, I will be looking after it.
          Bike-on.com rep
          John@bike-on.com
          c4/5 inc funtioning c6. 28 yrs post.
          sponsored handcycle racer

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            #6
            Originally posted by fuentejps View Post
            im not sure if they are going to do a 700c version toto I was just speaking in general regarding wheel sizes. however i'm sure Felipe will build whichever the athlete wants it. great ppl.

            Yea, of course if a customer would prefer his bike with 700c they will do it no problem, the pros is you have a tone of wheels and tires where to choose and a bit smouther ride, cons are that the bike will need to be a bit longer and heavier.

            What I would like to see is one with a 20" front wheel with 650c in the back, the visibility will be much better if you look above the botton braket.

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              #7
              What kind of wheels are on the back? Do you know the weight compared to the 20" Corimas?

              I have a 650c front 20" rear kneeler, and it goes great - I'm a big believer in the 20" rears for anyone under 140lbs or so. My bike is 18.5lbs all in, and a lot of the weight savings are in the wheels.

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                #8
                I don't know the weight of rear wheels, they are wheelsbike, an Italian brand.

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                  #9
                  I don't know the weight of rear wheels, they are wheelsbike, an Italian brand.

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