It is called Nuseti and it happens to be the mountain bike of the future. With an Inner Drive System, it is the best a cyclist can get!
Nuseti has appeared in its full form on Kickstarter. It is a mountain bike that is hassle-free and a cinch to ride. The Inner Drive System that is its relay device for turning the rear wheel is a self-enclosed gadget.
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The chain, gears and rotors are all sealed within a streamlined lubricated unit that does not allow any mud or dust to enter and cause friction.
The designer of this new concept in mountain bikes, Gregory Zielinski, is himself a previous biking champion and sports enthusiast. He invented the smoothest ride for rough terrains such as dirt tracks and mountain trails all the while keeping the average cyclist’s convenience in mind.
Nuseti has over 16 gears in its arsenal of speed changeover re-actions. That means that with fractional differences you may calibrate Nuseti for upwards travel or downwards travel. And if the terrain is plain you have a choice in that case too.
The look of the mountain bike is ultramodern and very pleasing to the eyes. And its function on the road or backwoods paths is just as simple and straightforward. With just 5% of the funding required being the fee for Kickstarter and the rest divided into various allotments for its many physical parts, Nuseti will be a commercially viable reality pretty soon.
Even now, there are many choices before the clientele who frequent Kickstarter regarding the purchase of paraphernalia connected to Nuseti. The cheapest options begin with clothing and caps and main portions of the mountain bike for a fixed amount of Euros.
This goes all the way up until a whole bike along with the rest of the goodies may be yours. And that will cost you more than 4000 Euros. This mountain bike is the sort of humdinger that sports fanatics and gym rats dream about. And it could be yours if you really want it.
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Now isn’t that just an ideal and real deal?