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  1. Yes. Cobblestones do not actuate the suspension....

    Yes. Cobblestones do not actuate the suspension. Anyways, most of the vibrations there are coming from the front castors and I think it is least efficient to try answer this at the rear wheels.
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  2. Not tested but this should be a natural...

    Not tested but this should be a natural evolution. Unless there is a weight issue (and this current design cannot compete with < 1 Kg wheels) this wheel is perfect for adding shock absorpsion to...
  3. Good question. Can't get into design details but...

    Good question. Can't get into design details but the specific design keeps the rim circular during ride and also at impacts. The only change is the displacement of the hub when impact happens, where...
  4. Well, I guess we share similar hopes :) I...

    Well, I guess we share similar hopes :)

    I think it should work well with normal angles, but it was not tried yet with slanted sport frames etc.
  5. The wheel can handle different curbs but it is...

    The wheel can handle different curbs but it is especially useful against these occasional *ugh* ones you mentioned :)
    Max travel is about 1 inch but you should jump from a very high level to reach...
  6. Current prototype is a bit less than 2.5 Kg for a...

    Current prototype is a bit less than 2.5 Kg for a single complete wheel. It can be lowered to less than 2 Kg but probably will not be able to compete with lightest wheels out there.
    What is the max...
  7. A few answers

    Hi all,

    As someone who is connected with SoftWheel, I will try to answer some of the questions and concerns raised. No intention to promote anything, just pure will to provide some information....
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