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WO/1998/021085A1
Modified device for blocking the handlebar stem in its telescopic coupling with the fork tube, the device being comprised of a short screw (2) bearing in a rib or neck (3) situated in the internal lower portion of the handlebar stem (1) ...  
WO/1998/021081A1
A steering mechanism is provided for a vehicle in which the driver's seat (20) is rotatable about a control axis in order to steer the vehicle.  
WO/1998/015229A1
The present invention features novel articles that exhibit enhanced gripping or holding power to a variety of surfaces, including surfaces that are slippery or otherwhise difficult to hold. The invention involves in some aspects the disc...  
WO/1998/012101A1
There is disclosed herein a suspension fork assembly particularly for use with bicycles. The assembly comprises an outer tube (14) which can be mounted in and extend through the head tube (11) or can be mounted via brackets (7, 8) to the...  
WO/1998/010977A1
In a locking arrangement, particularly for alternatively connecting and disconnecting two members (11a, 11b) of a bicycle gooseneck (11), cam followers (19) retained in apertures (51) of one member (11b) are biased by a cam (17) when in ...  
WO/1998/008731A1
A heater-containing grip for vehicles which comprises a cylindrical-shaped rubber grip body (35) mounted to a tubular-shaped steering wheel (26) or a throttle pipe (79), and substantially semi-cylindrical-shaped synthetic resin inner pie...  
WO/1998/001334A1
The invention relates to a single-track two-wheeled vehicle, in particular a bicycle, electric bicycle, electric scooter or motor scooter. Said vehicle comprises a front section and a rear section which are both pivotably connected to ea...  
WO/1997/048591A2
A steering control safety mechanism is provided for a bicycle (20) having a cylindrical head tube (26), a hollow steerer tube (33) rotatably positioned in the head tube, a fork (40), and a stem (34) releasably attachable to an upper end ...  
WO/1997/029007A1
A two-wheeler, preferably a bicycle, with sprung suspension systems in the region of the front (12) and rear (16) wheels or in two independent frame regions has a mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical or other connection between t...  
WO/1997/026178A1
Steering system for a motorcycle's front wheel with in-hub kingpin, mounted on a telescopic suspension system whose the sliding members so called sliders (8) extend through both ends of the supports (9) and at the lower end the sliders (...  
WO/1997/009229A1
A shock vibration transmission reducing suspension device includes an outer tube (12) for mounting to a bicycle frame. A lower guide element (16) has a rectangular bore (26) and is stationarily secured in the outer tube between and space...  
WO/1997/009230A1
A centerpiece (2) for a handlebar of a bicycle having left (42) and right (44) wing-shaped handlebar sections. The centerpiece has left (6) and right (8) lugs having a wing-shaped cross section. The wing-shaped handlebar sections (42, 44...  
WO/1996/034790A1
The invention relates to a lock-handlebar combination intended mainly for bicycles. It may be used as a cycle lock and also as an (additional) handlebar with a variety of grips. When used as a handlebar, the combination is secured either...  
WO/1996/019375A1
Adjustment device for the elevation of a bicycle handlebar, comprising a support member (1) with a post (3) for mounting in a steering tube of the bicycle, and a projecting arm (4) being at one end connected to the support member (1) and...  
WO/1996/014966A1
The invention concerns a method of manufacturing a hand grip for articles which require a firm grip and precise manipulation. The hand grip in question comprises a flexible sheath (4, 19) arranged around a core (3, 21) of the handle (1, ...  
WO/1996/008404A1
A lightweight ergonomic bar end (20R, 20L) for attachment to the handlebar (H) of a bicycle. The bar end includes a thin, hollow, lightweight monocoque grip having a shape which assures a comfortable feel, and a size which allows it to b...  
WO/1995/031324A1
A dimensionally-recoverable fabric suitable as a hand grip etc, which comprises: (a) recoverable fibres; (b) fibres having a soft hand and/or that provide bulk in the installed fabric; the fibres (a) and fibres (b) being so interlaced wi...  
WO/1995/029090A1
The invention relates to a connecting element for connecting a main handlebar unit (16) with a handlebar horn (12). The connecting element comprises a clamp unit (2) for the main handlebar unit and a clamp unit (3) for the handlebar horn...  
WO/1995/028314A1
Steel or light alloy frame for bicycles or motorcycles. It has: forward inclination of the front forks of an angle (3), variable diameter of the front wheel, distribution of weight according to angles (5, 6, 7), a new way of considering ...  
WO/1995/025034A1
An adjustable handlebar shaft for interconnecting a handlebar (6) and a member to be steered comprises a rod (1) and a front assembly (5) which extends at a variable angle ('alpha') to the rod (1). The front assembly (5) is provided with...  
WO/1995/024333A1
This invention is a grip (10) for the end of the type of bicycle handlebars (15) which has an end (25) projecting at right angles to the bicycle (20). The grip (10) and handlebars (15) combination is designed and shaped to allow riders t...  
WO/1995/016580A1
A racing wheel for a vehicle such as a bicycle. The wheel includes a rotationally stationary inner component (75) connectable to the bicycle, a rotatable outer hoop (76), a ground engaging tread (47) disposed on the outer hoop, and beari...  
WO/1995/013207A1
The invention pertains to a device for wheel control in the frame of a bicycle, where the front fork, on which the front wheel is rotatably mounted, has a first joint (4) in which the frame (1) is swivel-supported on the fork and a secon...  
WO/1995/010444A1
The invention relates to a bicycle with a frame (1) bearing handlebars (2) and a saddle (3). To be able to adjust the saddle or handlebars while riding, according to the invention the saddle (3) is adjustable for height by means of a fir...  
WO1995001276A3  
WO/1995/001276A2
A single track vehicle (10) includes at least one front drive wheel (11) and one rear steered wheel (12). A steering mechanism (25) causes the front and rear wheels (11, 12) to substantially track each other during a turn and also causes...  
WO/1994/027859A1
A biased pedal bicycle handlebar system comprising a handlebar (16) with a forward section (66) and a rear section (67) slidably mounted on a headpiece of a bicycle frame. Two rods (25) extending between the two sections (66, 67) and a b...  
WO/1994/019990A1
An air cushion grip (200) with a cubic structure and shock-absorbing function for fixing around the handle of a tennis racket, a hammer, a bicycle or the like, and comprising an outer flat layer (205) and a bottom layer provided with a p...  
WO/1994/018059A1
A row bicycle (10) using hydraulic or mechanical steering (40, 22) through which an actuator (18) propels the row bicycle. The bicycle has a sliding seat (16) attached to a frame (32). A rear wheel (12) is attached to the frame. An oscil...  
WO/1994/018057A1
An adjustable bicycle handlebar stem comprises a handlebar clamp (1), a post (7) to be clamped in a frame tube and an upper and a lower profile arm (2, 6) between the post (7) and the handlebar clamp (1), with four bearings (A, B, C, D)....  
WO/1994/014643A1
The aim of the invention is to increase the ease of use and control. A means of transport operated by the rider's muscle power comprises: a base designed in two sections, namely, a front section (1) and a rear section (2), the two being ...  
WO/1994/012381A1
Device for fixing a sprung head stem of handle-bars into the bicycle fork is formed in such a way that the fixing tube (1) possesses on its surface longitudinal slots (3) and is wedge-like ended at the bottom. Into the slots (3) are fitt...  
WO/1994/006671A1
The handlebar (2) has two grips (6, 7) at its two ends (4, 5) for steering, each grip serving as a pivot for a traction grip (15) fitted to swivel between a retracted, folded position on the steering grip (6) and a deployed position subs...  
WO/1994/006672A1
A bicycle having an improved suspension system including rotary dampers (54, 73, 100, 125) and composite springs (52, 71, 72, 88, 89, 114, 115). The composite springs (52, 71, 72, 88, 89, 114, 115), which closely control the direction of...  
WO1993023283A3  
WO/1993/023283A2
A bicycle is disclosed which allows air to be pumped while cycling by moving the saddle up and down. The front-wheel fork is pneumatically suspended and its air cavity receives air from the pump (2, 3, 4) during cycling. A regulating mem...  
WO/1993/021056A1
A device for changing the riding position in two-wheel vehicles comprising control means (20) for moving the saddle (16) and the handlebar (18) at the same time and to opposite directions according to the slope of a hill or a descent of ...  
WO/1993/008070A1
The present invention relates to a method and a device for mounting a damping element (7) between two concentric mechanical shafts, of which one is subjected to vibrations. The method, according to which the external mechanical shaft is ...  
WO/1993/003952A1
A motorcycle with stub-axle steering for the front wheel (16), in which the front wheel (16) is suspended on the frame (2) of the motorcycle via at least one oscillating crank (1) and the oscillating crank (1) is coupled to a stub axle b...  
WO/1993/003951A1
A method and apparatus for shaping handgrips utilizing contoured forms (24, 26 and 28) and tape (30, 32) is provided. The forms may be placed on handgrips in accordance with the user's needs and enclosed thereon by the tape. The forms ma...  
WO/1993/001081A1
In a grip (1) for handlebars, especially of bicycles, with a drilling (2) for fitting the grip (1) on the handlebar and a region (4) eccentric to the longitudinal axis of the drilling which widens towards the end of the handlebar, at lea...  
WO/1993/000249A1
A bicycle frame employing members with partially flat sided sections which are jointed to make specific use of these flat sides. The three members of the main frame (1), the down tube (3), the top tube (2), and the seat tube (4) all have...  
WO/1993/000252A1
A bicycle rear wheel suspension which pivots a rear frame (10) behind the bottom bracket shell (5). The overall pivot width is greater than that of the bottom bracket shell (5), this ensures high torsional control and simplifies manufact...  
WO/1993/000251A1
A deformable and curable substance for use on a hand interface. The substance is extruded to a plain or intricate form in order to facilitate deformation of the substance, depending on the particular application. The intricate form has a...  
WO/1993/000250A1
A handlebar for cycles comprises a structure (1) in the form of a tunnel wing having a central profiled section (2) forming a leading edge (5) and a trailing edge (6), and two downwardly extending lateral arms (3); an upwardly curved lat...  
WO/1992/021552A1
A novel handlebar assembly (50) for a bicycle in which arm rest (64) for the cyclist's arms, forearms, or elbows are provided at slightly wider than shoulder width, and rearwardly angled hand grip portions (60) are provided forward of th...  
WO/1992/020565A1
A handlebar (1) comprises a central attachment means (2) for attaching the handlebar to a cycle. The handlebar comprises a shock-absorbing means which comprises two portions (3) and (4) outboard of the central attachment means. Hand grip...  
WO/1992/018374A1
Bicycle handle-bar with a curved end part (3, 13, 40) which is upwardly and in the riding direction forwardly directed and has a first catching part, and a second part (9, 18, 42) connected with it under an acute angle and bent downwardl...  
WO/1992/014643A1
A warning device for incorporation in the handle-bar (10) of a bicycle comprises a tubular casing (14) and a transducer housing (15). The tubular casing fits inside the end of the handle-bar while the transducer housing abuts the end of ...  
WO/1992/013749A1
A bicycle handlebar assembly (25) for damping and reducing the shock to which a cyclist is normally exposed is disclosed. The assembly includes a mounting block (256) attached to the head (12) of a bicycle front fork assembly. An upper l...  

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