We have worked long and hard with this system and throughout the years we have come to understand and master this technique. But we are still a very small company and we do not have the financial power to keep on developing all the ideas that we have. Our R&D philosophy is actually to work together with a customer to develop new kinds of techniques.
Concerning the 2WD technique we have a very competitive system and we have a crystal clear agenda what to do as a next step if we have customer that wants to use the technique.
When looking in the rear view mirror the 2WD project has been extremely fun and interesting and thanks to some devoted enthusiasts we broke barriers and technical problems and in the end we now have a very interesting concept.
Now it is up to the manufacturers and maybe also the end customer on the street to accept this new technique because without a genuine interest it will take time before it is introduced… and this is strange when you think of the enormous benefits you get from a 2WD system.
I can imagine that the design departments starts sweating when they see the hydraulic hoses running from the front wheel and the small motor in the front wheel is of course small esthetical errors.
The best thing would actually be if a manufacturer would be brave enough to believe in the system and build the bike from the very beginning with the 2WD integrated as a genuine part of the bike. That would be the most appropriate way to do it… we just have to wait to see who comes first.