So I've always had this dream that a CVT g-boxx that lets you choose a constant cadence and adjusts itself to the terrain is the way forward. Next best would be a user controlled infinitely variable transmission like the nu-vinci VT hub shoe horned into the G-boxx.

Anyway, this isn't the first time I've asked a Nicolai rep about this but this time the man himself answered.

Not good news, at least from my perspective. Here's a snipped copy of the e-mail and reply.

> Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2008 17:31:40 +0100
> From: nicolais at XXXXXX.de
> To: markhr at hotmail dot com
> Subject: Re: CVT g-boxx
>
> we do not have this plan at the moment
>
> best reg
>
> Karl Nicolai
>
> mark XXXXXXXX schrieb:
> > Sir
> >
> > When will I be able to purchase either a CVT g-boxx or an
> > infintely variable transmission, that is, with no limits on the number
> > or ratio of gears? Do you have a development deal with nu-vinci
> > variable transmission hubs or will you be developing your own?
> >
> > I am a current Nucleon TFR owner and think that it's a great bike. A
> > CVT gearbox that allows me to choose and maintain a constant
> > cadence would make it a truly great bike.
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > MarkHR
> >

Which brings me to this post. Is there anyone else out there that thinks a CVT(or VT) g-boxx is a good thing and, if so, could they please also e-mail info@g-boxx.com requesting it. I'm hoping that, with enough requests, there'll be some development work done by G-boxx.org in this direction.

Thanks folks

MarkHR