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This Is The Bizarre "Bicycle" Students Are Hoping To Ride At 90 MPH

The rider will have to use a computer to see where they are going.

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The project is no simple undertaking but, at this stage, just six months in, we are in a great position.We understand what we have to do in order to reach our goal, and we are ready for the trials which lie ahead.

The University of Liverpool Velocipede Team (ULVT) are hoping to have the ARION1 ready to race by May 2015.

The team will attempt to break the world record at the World Human Power Speed Challenge in Battle Mountain, Nevada, in September of next year.