Ghent Wevelgem in Belgium. The carbon fork is sheared off, maybe halfway from midsection. Everything else appears pretty much intact.
What is very interesting is that the manufacturer on its website claims : "This is quite possibly the lightest production frame on the market and it has a lifetime warranty. BH achieves this magical blend of low-weight, great ride and toughness using Nanotechnology resins."
I'm not sure where exactly extra reinforcement was provided in the frame and fork. But this comes at a time when just a week or two back in an earlier post, we talked about this idea of how carbon nanotubes may help counter the very situation of catastrophic and brittle failures. This is either bad manufacturing, dum marketing or nanotechnology has just taken a stab in the back.
The bicycle was ridden by Dion Renaud when he took a spill. Anyone know the details of the crash? I hope it wasn't a traffic island again.