The New York Giants and the bike handlebars they’re building to go with them are going to be amazing to ride.
The Giants’ first prototype of a handlebar that will go on the front of a bicycle that won’t break down on the road was revealed Thursday at the NFL’s Fan Fest in Santa Clara.
That bike handlebar was designed by engineer Scott T. Hall and his company, the Bicycle Engineering Group.
It will go together with a new baby bike that Giants coach Ben McAdoo plans to put on his bike when he leaves New York City to play in the San Francisco Bay Area.
It’s the first prototype to be tested with a handlebars that are stiff enough to allow the bike to move around on the pedals.
Thing is, this is not the first time the Giants have used the handlebars for bike riding.
The handlebars were also used to support the bike in a test ride with the Giants last season.
It went on the seat, which was not an issue because the seat had a small foam section underneath it.
But that bike handle, like the rest of the bike, will break down.
The new bike handle will be stiff enough for a bike that’s going to move through traffic on the street, and it will hold its shape.
The Giant handlebars, which are made of polyester, are also strong enough to withstand impacts that might break the handlebar.
They will be designed to be lighter than the original bike handle bars and will be lighter and more flexible to hold the handle.
The company also is making a helmet-like handlebar design that will come in three different versions, including the helmet style.
It will be a solid version that can hold a helmet in place and be easily replaced.
It’s also a hybrid that will be compatible with other helmets.
The Giants are considering a helmet with a plastic shell and a solid shell for riders who don’t want the plastic shell or want to wear helmets without padding.
It is the Giants first prototype and the company is working with other companies to test the handle bars.