Light Speed. If you’re wondering what you’re looking at here, well, now you know. This is the world’s first accurate, physical representation of Light Speed. Einstein theorized about it. Neil deGrasse Tyson dreams about it. And now, thanks to project Reach for the Speed, you’re looking at it.
How were we able to create something that has up until now mystified and dumbfounded the world’s greatest minds? If you’re Manual for Speed, the first thing you do is contact the R&D department at ENVE Components. Why? Because when you’re the best at speed, when speed is your 24/7/365 obsession–as is the case with ENVE–you tend to know a thing or two about the subject. After countless hours of rigorous study and highly-focused experimentation, ENVE was able to collect groundbreaking data that, if utilized correctly (i.e. by the right artist/guide/medium), could result in something miraculous.
Manual for Speed divined that the right artist was Rob Lowe aka Supermundane. After months of experimentation, Rob was able to fuse ENVE’s radical new discoveries with Manual for Speed’s intimate knowledge of style in the form of an exceptional–maybe even extraordinary–example of graphic design & art, aka The Tron. But that’s not all. After preforming a series of calculations involving a complex amalgamation of String Theory, Quantum Physics and the Kabbala, we determined that Rob had in fact created:
The first ever accurate visual representation/image of Light Speed.
A work of art that, when applied to an object (animate or inanimate), alters the physical properties of said object such that it is able to travel at Light Speed.
We created (with Castelli’s help) the 2016 MFS Kit Series #2: The Tron so that YOU can test our hypothesis. We’re pretty sure when you wear this kit you will be able to ride/race/recreate at the Speed of Light. And that’s just on the bike! Think about what you could do in The Tron, at the Speed of Light, off the bike.