Sure, "hub center steering" is an obvious possibility, but the implementation is not nearly as clear as in the photo in the wikipedia article. There, a horizontal slot is clearly visible in the side of the hub to allow the axle to pivot about the steering axis. In the "lecontainer" picture, it is much harder to distinguish between what steers and what does not.
Posted - 06/17/2014 : 9:03 AM
The photos don't show the details well at all. It looks like the steering arms are welded to the suspension arms, but that can't be the case. The only thing I noticed was the 2nd photo shows the wheel turned. Not a lot of steering angle provided.
Posted - 06/17/2014 : 9:28 AM
It's definitely hub center steering. It's more of a race track spec, like the Elf race bikes. There is not much steering angle. The lower arm fixes the hub center. The forward upper arm does the steering.
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