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February 27, 2011


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Looks great. Is it steel or titanium tubing?

Iwo: Thanks for reading about this project. The bike is actually titanium and carbon combined. I know it's an odd choice for an urban use bike. However, I thought that the unification of the two very different materials would be a nice homage to Berlin--east and west. The limited edition version of the bike that we're offering comes in titanium only--super durable, no rust, never and damage--the perfect city bike material.

HHH Yes, the design of national policy is important, how our economic development plans for the next five years, how the implementation, how to make our economy even faster. Are designed to advance our focus to invest money in what ways it should be carefully arranged.

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