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Tom Kunich[_4_] July 22nd 17 10:54 PM

Wireless Electric Shifting
 
On Monday, July 10, 2017 at 9:22:37 AM UTC-7, Davey Crockett wrote:
Bring it on

It won't be long before somebody figures out how to make a pocket
size emitter to change a target rider's gear ratios on the fly.

Two buttons should be enough. One "Up" for changing into the
sprinting gear at a critical stage on a steep climb and one "Down"
for dumpng the ****** into the Crawler in the sprint.

A deluxe model could probably replicate the action for a whole
squad,


Encoding the wireless gear changers is already done so that one rider shifting doesn't interfere with another in the peloton. These codes can be so long that there would be no way of breaking them down to use against a rider.

Davey Crockett[_13_] July 23rd 17 01:32 AM

Wireless Electric Shifting
 
Tom Kunich a écrit profondement:

| On Monday, July 10, 2017 at 9:22:37 AM UTC-7, Davey Crockett wrote:
| Bring it on
|
| It won't be long before somebody figures out how to make a pocket
| size emitter to change a target rider's gear ratios on the fly.
|
| Two buttons should be enough. One "Up" for changing into the
| sprinting gear at a critical stage on a steep climb and one "Down"
| for dumpng the ****** into the Crawler in the sprint.
|
| A deluxe model could probably replicate the action for a whole
| squad,

| Encoding the wireless gear changers is already done so that one rider
| shifting doesn't interfere with another in the peloton. These codes
| can be so long that there would be no way of breaking them down to use
| against a rider.

That's a pity

It could be fun

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