Spokes

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Williamsburg Area Transport - Public Route System: Hub and Spokes
... WATA operates what is often called a "hub and spokes" bus routing system ... The "hub and spokes" route system does not include demand responsive paratransit service provided with smaller buses rubber-tired trolley replica buses operated on the short ...
Spoke (disambiguation)
... A spoke is a rod connecting the hub of a wheel with the traction surface ... Spoke or Spokes may also refer to Spoke (website), a business networking service Spokes, the Lothian Cycle Campaign, a UK cycling campaign organisation Spokes Canterbury, a New Zealand cycling ...
Spokes Mashiyane
... Johannes "Spokes" Mashiyane (born Vlakfontein (Mamelodi), Pretoria 20 January 1933 died at Baragwanath Hospital of cirrhosis of liver 9 February 1972.) was regarded as one of the greatest pennywhistle artists who ... for the Electric Dylan controversy, but Spokes performance at the festival did receive notice and praise from Robert Shelton ... Spokes's work also had an influence on the Music of Zimbabwe ...
Motorcycle Components - Wheels
... steel or aluminium (generally with steel spokes and an aluminium hub) or mag-type cast or machined aluminium ... At one time, motorcycles used spoke wheels built up from separate components, but, except for dirtbikes, one-piece wheels are more common now ... Wire wheels have a central hub connected to the rim of the wheel via spokes made of wire ...
Spokes, The Lothian Cycle Campaign
... Spokes, the Lothian Cycle Campaign, was started in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1977 to campaign for better facilities for cyclists ... Pressure has been kept up by Spokes and its members ... Spokes has been actively involved in Safe Routes to School projects since 1996 ...

Famous quotes containing the word spokes:

    Law makes long spokes of the short stakes of men.
    William Empson (1906–1984)