Procedure for manufacturing the GEROS Wood bike
For safety reasons an additional carbon fabric layer is use to fix the aluminium head tube inlets within the frame. The aluminium bottom bracket inlet is bonded with a special mix of epoxy resin with carbon powder.
After CNC cutting the frames are finished by hand using a patented procedure. It involves the bonding of timber fiver grains of the thin frame walls with a thin carbon fabric layer. This work is done to hold the fiver grains in place when riding in extreme weather conditions.
The painting of the frame is very sophisticated and follows the same procedure as on boat building with up to seven layers.
The GEROS bike used electronic gears with built-in battery, internal cabling, etc., as any high-end road bicycle nowadays.