This is the differential for the Brake Director, a device that allows smooth one-handed braking on bicycles. It was mounted on the handlebar of a bicycle at the Feb. 19 and 20 Seattle bike show.
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Walt Krul, one of the inventors of the WITFIT, shows how this four-wheeler is operated. He and his brother, Steve, developed the cycle, which is built in Pasco, Washington. The rider propels the cycle with his arms and legs, and steers by leaning the handlebars. More information is available at their website.
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A closeup view of the S and S coupling on the new Rodriguez “W-2 Adventure” touring bicycle on display at the Feb. 19 and 20 bike show in Seattle. For more information on this foldable bike, visit the Rodriguez website. More information on S and S couplings is available at the S and S Machine …
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The Seattle-based Rodriguez bicycle company displayed its new “W-2 Adventure” travel bicycle at the Seattle bike show on Feb. 19 and 20. Rodriguez introduced the use of S and S couplings on this hand-built touring bicycle so it can be folded and transported in a 26-by-26-inch suitcase. For more info, go to the Rodriguez website.
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