Jeff Tiedeken's bike is built for going downhill at high speeds and has a low profile with the seat right over the rear wheel.

This Gravity Bike built by Jeff Tiedeken can reach high speeds when going downhill due to its lightweight design and lack of features like a chain and pedals. The seat is fitted right over the rear wheel and the bike has a low profile, allowing the rider to position themselves like they would on a motorbike.

The minimalistic design features elegant curves, 26-inch Crossmax Lefty wheels, Avid Elixr hydraulic disc brakes, and motorbike-style footpeg struts. The bike has reached speeds of 50mph and is said to have the potential to achieve up to 70mph.

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