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CUSTOMER STORY – Game-Changing Bicycle Design from StraitLine

CUSTOMER STORY – Game-Changing Bicycle Design from StraitLine

27 October, 2011

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Follow the development, manufacturing and first competition test of a new “slope-style” bike design >> One thing that’s a given is the insatiable need to go faster, further, harder and higher. Two worlds collide in the never ending search for new innovation. The game between Man & Machine heats up as they push the limits of what was previously impossible. Join Jeremy (Host), Mike Montgomery & Casey Groves at Straitline Components’ cutting edge manufacturing facility, the Jump Ship barge in Victoria Harbour and the mind-numbingly beautiful forests of BC, Canada. Trace the development, manufacturing and first competition test of a new design that could change the game for slopestyle riders forever.

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