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    Stepper Bike


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    Trendals were first used back in the 1840s. Nothing too new and shocking.
    Bikes use brakes to stop.

    If your bike has breaks, don't ride it.

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    can I get that with campy?

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    You can take it campying.

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    I have seen them at sporting goods stores called "Bikeboards" or something. Drivetrain looks like a mini-tandem.

    Actually that one's different. The ones I saw still have a circular motion to the pedals but it's like 2 snow skis
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    Quote Originally Posted by DieselDan
    Trendals were first used back in the 1840s. Nothing too new and shocking.
    What era of the two wheeled vehicle was in the 1840s? Wasn't that the time frame between the introduction of the velocipede and the bicycle? I believe the bicycle was introduced in the mid to late 1860s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottogo
    You can take it campying.
    thats a good one!

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