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vincent | 2 weeks ago | 15 comments | 12 likes | 451 views

chaver, LostBoyz, Ulli and 9 others like this!

Given the number of old timers here who strive to ride bikes, our design office has decided to work on a new bike for old (motor assistance). Expected release in early 2021. 😊😊!




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Very realistic atmosphere..Vincent great job..

Dani, 2 weeks ago


I love the scene, especially the bikes and the control panel, but what strikes me most is the sharpness of the video. Many are fighting the blurry YouTube videos. What is your trick?

michiel, 2 weeks ago


Great show of the bike lab. I like ultra thin, see thru LCD screen and animation on it. Bike wheels look so real. Well done I enjoy your shows

lightads, 2 weeks ago


Thank you Dani, Lightads and Michiel.

Michiel, as i said to Filip (in one of his previous posts), i noticed that YouTube introduces blurr as soon there are fast camera movement , fast particles etc..., so to try to prevent that problem i try to keep slow movements (camera and other objects) but it's not always possible, depends on the type of show.

In this particular show, the background room is a simple longitudinal picture already very colored the i have used to simulate a 3D space.

For the rest i export from BT with format AVI uncompressed 1920x1080 60fps then I use Vegas to add sound and export from Vegas using MP4 format 1920x1080 60fps. For some reasons, sometimes result is good other times it is less good ans sometimes very bad when fast movements are detected.

It's always a surprise (good or bad) when you read for the first time the video encoded by YouTube.

vincent, 2 weeks ago


Vincent lol. Like the concept bike. I'll try to ride my own bike with biological assisted movement for many years to come...but when the time is there...you'll never know.

Filip, 2 weeks ago


Un buen espectáculo

persiana, 2 weeks ago


Wow, this is gorgeous. Love the screen and the bike (I think, it´s for Filip 😉).

Ulli, 2 weeks ago


Thank you Filip, persiana and Ulli, yes it was for Filip first but also for Alex Raymond who is riding bike in Alpes montains, michiel is cycling too i believe, between 2 BT updates 😊.

vincent, 2 weeks ago


Fantastic show vincent!

LostBoyz, 2 weeks ago


Vidéo d'une qualité hors norme ! L'écran de contrôle transparent est une idée lumineuse.

PAT67, 2 weeks ago


Thank you LB, merci Patrick pour les compliments

vincent, 2 weeks ago


Fantastic studio!

maxste, 2 weeks ago

Thank you maxste.

vincent, a week ago




Toujours à la pointe du progrès, Vincent !
Merci d'avoir pensé aux anciens en inventant le VTT à assistance électrique à test d'effort permanent.
Plus de risque de se faire exploser le cœur ! Super !

Alex-Raymond T., a week ago


Je vois que vous êtes affûtés, pas besoin de mon vélo!!

vincent, a week ago


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