Roger Kummert April 7, 2010 03:31 PM I wonder how it will handle cross winds. My guess is that it won\'t.Looks more like a home appliance on wheels. hourglass April 7, 2010 08:07 PM very kewl concept for crowed cities ... i\'d be wary of crosswinds however ... hourglass April 7, 2010 08:08 PM oops, meant to type \"crowded\" Hired_help April 7, 2010 09:58 PM A gust of wind and the rider is scraping the ashphalt. It\'s ugly too. Madigan CM April 7, 2010 11:54 PM Wow. Leave it to the Japanese to make things one-size-fits-small. Also, there doesn\'t seem to be room for escaping nut-crunching short stops... Chris7527 April 8, 2010 12:13 PM i thought it was a... credit card on wheels... Facebook User April 8, 2010 08:16 PM Hello back pain! People who aren\'t riding competition speed bikes don\'t like leaning forward due to the strain it puts on their lower back.The handlebars should be made to raise up to a level that allows the rider to sit upright. matthew.rings April 13, 2010 08:59 PM Yuji Fujimura has taken \"art and beauty\" manual and thrown it to the wind with his concept Electric Bike Version 2. Ronnie April 23, 2010 03:16 AM I LIKE IT. Modern and reminds me of somthing ....lets call the thing an, ibike. Put an apple sticker on it and...hello, it\'s cool dudes. Gotta have one, Steve baby does bikes, who cares about cross winds. Muraculous April 29, 2010 04:53 PM Yes, I agree that crosswinds will be an issue, particularly on bridges (where there is nowhere to fall except into the bus lane)! So the design will have to be more of a lattice work, still strong and very light weight but also able to let the wind pass through. Love the iBike moniker - every time you pedal, you charge your gizmos.