One unique thing with that bike is the ABP rear triangle. Now provided it works well and does not bind it will be a good thing. The ABP will dramatically decouple the braking forces and pedaling forces. Seeing that a rider is most of the time off the saddle it may be a good thing. The bad thing is the top tube having the shock mounted to it. First issue is the high mount of mass. The second is the forces that are transmitted to that tube. Possible cracking on the welds due to the multiple stresses that the tube will experience. In fact it will bow. The pressure of the shock pushing up as well as the force of compression from the steering tube wanting to bend towards the BB.. Hmm only testing will tell.
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