Motor Wheel

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Timeline Of Motorized Bicycle History - Events
... a motorized bicycle with a De Dion-Bouton engine mounted above the front wheel. 1900 – The Singer Motor Wheel was a wheel attached to a small internal combustion engine that would be substituted for the front wheel of a bicycle, motorizing it 1903 – A California. 1914 – The Smith Motor Wheel was introduced, similar in concept to the Singer, but was designed to be fixed to the rear of the bicycle, rather than to replace the ...
Motorized Bicycle - History
... One of the first gas motor-assisted bicycle designs was the Millet motorcycle developed by Félix Millet in France in 1892 ... radial engine built into the back wheel ... After forming the Thomas Motor Company, he began selling complete motor-assisted bicycles under the name Auto-Bi ...
Economy Car - History - Pre-war
... It was typified by large-diameter slender wheels, frequently with solid tires, to provide ample ground clearance on the primitive roads in much of the country at the turn of the 20th century ... At the New York Motor Show in January 1915, William C ... the Chevrolet Series M 'Copper-Cooled', air-cooled car, designed by General Motors engineer at AC Delco Charles Kettering, (who invented the points/condenser ignition system that was in use until ...
Bowden Cable - History
... by the cable from a handlebar mounted lever, with rubber pads acting against the rear wheel rim ... At this date bicycles were fixed wheel, additional braking being offered by a 'plunger' brake pressing on the front tyre ... associated brake was not to be fully realised until the free-wheel sprocket became a standard feature of bicycles, over the period 1899-1901, and increasing ...
Ford Torino - 1972–1976: Gran Torino - 1972
... The new suspension and chassis had a wheel track at least 2 inches (51 mm) wider than the 1971 models ... Motor Trend stated the "road isolation and vibrational dampening is superb" in its test of a 1972 Gran Torino Brougham 4-door ... All Torinos now had 14-inch wheels as the only wheel size available, while 15-inch wheels were used for police and fleet models ...

Famous quotes containing the words wheel and/or motor:

    The wheel and the brake have different duties, but also one in common: to hurt one another.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    The motor idles.
    Over the immense upland
    the pulse of their blossoming
    thunders through us.
    Denise Levertov (b. 1923)