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Old 08-01-05, 03:04 PM   #1
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New gadjet of CITY-BIKE....

Now bicycle became 1000% ruleable......
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Old 08-01-05, 03:26 PM   #2
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Old 08-01-05, 04:37 PM   #3
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i dont get it
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Old 08-02-05, 05:08 AM   #4
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I think if you're walking or running alongside with your bike, you can hold the lever at the back and control the steering, and you don't have to hold on to the handlebars to balance the bike.
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That is really so....
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More of all - bicycle became so stable in walking, that I can now even walk throwf a streets, full of people.... (easy maneuring between them....)
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More of all - it is very easy now coming throuf an little doors, and move at sharp angles (even when impossible with ordionary balansing..... )
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Old 08-02-05, 01:06 PM   #6
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You can also sit up straight, let go of the handlebars and still stear the bike.
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Old 08-02-05, 01:13 PM   #7
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I like this very much.
A question: Sometimes it is necessary to "ghost ride" another bike(ride your own bike, while guiding a second riderless bike with one hand). Do you think your invention could be ghost ridden easily by grasping the back steering handle?
Ghost riding is not so easy or safe. It requires grasping the empty bike by the handlebar or stem, which is tiring and needs fair concentration. Perhaps your solution would allow more stable ghost riding?
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Old 08-02-05, 03:24 PM   #8
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Main target of this invention - to improve and make it more easily and make more rulable CITY-BYKE g.e. when not only you ride by bicycle but also you have to walk and catch him..... Espetially on the CROWDED streets...(I don't think, that somebody here can really SAFELY balanse byke on walcking the crouded street or crossing a CAR ROAD.... But now I CAN... ABsolutly SAFELY and PREDICTABLE.....)

And most convinient place to rule a bike walking alongside - to be much as possible BACK of him ....

-Firstly - not to hurt legs.....
-Secondly - in that position it is easy to move bicycle throuth narrow doors and make changing a direction .....

Ideal place to rule a buke - just in position on LAGGAGE.... (like on photo).....
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Old 08-03-05, 02:14 PM   #9
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Bike became so STABLE and rulable, that even have to install a RINGER under the seat to show anybody my approachment (so FAST and EASY now to move a bike ))))
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