ARC287BC Corporation is a Totowa, NJ based research development firm specializing in bicycle technology. It has developed a unique, patent technology called the "Stepper Mechanism"
which produces about 528 % more torque, thereby significantly increasing performance. In fact, while a conventional
bike can't exceed 120 RPMs, the ARC287bc can exceed 175 RPMs, something unheard of in the industry and an absolute quantum leap forward in terms of power production and safety.
Why is ARC287BC the Safest?
The biking world currently spends millions of dollars each year trying to make a regular bicycle go faster with new designs. It’s also true that, in the last few
hundred years, the basic bicycle design hasn’t changed either. With 2 pedals, a crankarm, a chain and various other parts, a circular motion is applied by the rider that propels the bicycle forward.
Simple, easy and almost universal.
Unfortunately, this design is also inherently wasteful and dangerous. Hundreds of thousands of riders around the globe have been injured and even killed when their
bicycle failed due to the enormous amount of stress put on the bicycle’s frame, especially the front forks.
The reason is simple; the traditional bicycle design forces the rider to use a jerking motion from side-to-side when riding, as well as put intense downward force on
the center of the frame. This force is also unevenly distributed, transferring tremendous forces to the front forks as well which, unfortunately, have a tendency to fail, causing horrific
One has only to perform a quick online search to find references to a multitude of lawsuits brought against bicycle manufacturers, usually by riders who were injured
while riding a bicycle whose frame failed. Failure of bicycle frames and component parts are not uncommon. Even when traveling at slow speeds the fracture of a frame or critical component can cause
serious injury. Often at fault is a defect with composite forks, aluminum frames, bolts, and other bicycle design and manufacturing defects. Arc reduces or eliminates that concern.