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WO/2005/021365A1
The invention relates to a system (100) which is used to steer a wheel of a vehicle, comprising first and second tees (200, 210), first and second bearing means (230, 240), and a steering column (400) which is intended to be solidly conn...  
WO/2005/021366A1
An inventive bicycle handle-bar grip, particularly for touring bikes, mountain bikes and the like, comprises a sleeve (10, 45) for placing onto a bicycle handle-bar (12). A gripping element (16) is joined to the sleeve (10, 45) and exten...  
WO2004108511A3
The present invention relates to a handle in which a location and a function of a handgrip are varied depending on application of a bicycle and a posture of a rider. The handle of a bicycle comprises a handle bar (10) disposed at the top...  
WO/2005/006911A2
A releasably attachable grip for a railing, grab bar, or pole, the railing, grab bar, or pole having an outer surface is disclosed. The grip comprises a body having a first side and a second side opposite the first side. The grip also co...  
WO/2005/005241A1
The invention relates to a steering head bearing for two-wheeled vehicles, comprising an upper bearing unit and a lower bearing unit enabling a shaft pipe, which is rigidly connected to the fork of the two-wheeled vehicle, to be rotation...  
WO/2004/113155A1
Disclosed is a swiveling device for a bicycle comprising a handlebar (1). The stem (2) is rotatably mounted in a head tube (3) of the frame (4) while a first coupling member (5) and a second coupling member (6) can be fixed relative to e...  
WO/2004/110851A1
With the construction of the front safety handles (1b) for the co-driver of a motorcycle a firm support for the co-driver is materialized by a simply way of manufacturing of one handle or a pair of handles set on their own carrier and fi...  
WO/2004/110329A1
A human-powered vehicle (100, 560) includes a structural frame (105) supported on multiple road wheels including driven wheels (110) each rotatable about an axle for propulsion, a seat (115) secured to the frame (105, 554) for supporting...  
WO/2004/108511A2
The present invention relates to a handle in which a location and a function of a handgrip are varied depending on application of a bicycle and a posture of a rider. The handle of a bicycle comprises a handle bar (10) disposed at the top...  
WO2003092820A3
An adjustable handlebar having a handlebar body, a locking mechanism associated with the handlebar body and able to engage a cable, and an engagement-control mechanism to allow control engagement of the cable by the locking mechanism.  
WO/2004/089735A1
A facilitated electrically driven bicycle comprises a frame, a pair of wheels, which is consisted of a front wheel and a rear wheel, a handlebar, a motor, a driving device and a control device. It is chazactcrised in that: said motor is ...  
WO/2004/089733A2
An ergonomic handgrip with medical benefits for improving the design of handgrips such that they reduce fatigue and offer other features that are of real medical benefit to the user. Our invention reduces this to practice with an ergonom...  
WO/2004/074079A1
A saddle riding type vehicle, wherein a hole-shaped lever opening part (75) allowing the lever operation part (37a) of a handle lever (37) to be passed therethrough from the inside to the outside is provided at one end of a handle cover ...  
WO/2004/074078A1
A handle part mounting structure, wherein a connection part (31) disposed at the specified position of a handle cover rear part (25) is connected to a bracket (51) installed on a handle bar (7), the contact part (21) of a handle part mou...  
WO2004033283A3
With the advent of this new and unique ergonomic handgrip with separate ulnar and radial support means creating a gap between the device and the carpel tunnel area of the hand, individuals can use devices incorporating this means of prot...  
WO/2004/062995A1
The invention relates to an assembly comprising a bicycle fork (1) and a headset (J) on a steering column (2) of a bicycle frame. According to the invention, the fork is solidly connected to a pivot (3) which extends (3a) beyond the end ...  
WO2004033281A3
A grip for a cycle includes a cylindrical liner extending along a liner axis between a first and a second end. The cylindrical liner has at least two elongate slots extending axially along a lengthwise portion of the cylindrical liner, e...  
WO/2004/048186A1
A folding handlebar structure comprises two arms (11) movable between a position where they are aligned axially and a position where they are arranged parallel to the plane of the bicycle frame. The two arms are integral with pinions (22...  
WO/2004/048187A1
A grip (10) for a handlebar including a first portion (11) for at least substantially encircling a handlebar (16) to retain the grip thereon and a second portion (12) for supporting the user's palm, when the user's fingers are wrapped ar...  
WO/2004/041632A1
A coupling member (1) for interconnecting a bicycle steering rod and a bicycle fork rod is provided with a first strap (21) for receiving the bicycle steering rod on the one hand, and is provided with a second strap (22) for receiving an...  
WO2003082652A3
An arrangement is provided for folding and stowing of a steering assembly (16) in combination with virtually any nature of wheeled devices (2) which include at least one "steerable" wheel (2), so that a more thin, stowed profile is achie...  
WO/2004/037552A1
An elastic member and a shaft body to which the elastic member is fixed are relatively rotatable, and means for keeping their positions after the relative rotation is provided. A grip structure is adjustable by relatively rotating the el...  
WO2002081257A3
A center of gravity (C/G) control system for a vehicle includes sensors (1C) to measure the center of gravity shift and mass shift of the human body in relation to the vehicle, a controller (1A) to determine outputs, a dynamically adjust...  
WO/2004/035374A1
The present invention relates to a handgrip (5) for the passenger of a motorcycle. The handgrip (5) comprises two half-handles (6, 7) that can be coupled to a supporting element (8), which in turn can be coupled to the cap (1) of the fue...  
WO/2004/033283A2
With the advent of this new and unique ergonomic handgrip with separate ulnar and radial support means creating a gap between the device and the carpel tunnel area of the hand, individuals can use devices incorporating this means of prot...  
WO/2004/033281A2
A grip for a cycle includes a cylindrical liner extending along a liner axis between a first and a second end. The cylindrical liner has at least two elongate slots extending axially along a lengthwise portion of the cylindrical liner, e...  
WO/2004/031027A1
An adjuster for an upper bearing (11,12) of the front forks of a bicycle has two thrust rings (122,123). The lower one (122) has a lower, planar, radially-extending, thrust surface (124), a bore (125) which is a sliding fit on the steere...  
WO2003099642A3
A Handlebar safety device (10) which attaches to a handlebar (12)includes a sleeve (14) which is received over the handlebar, a bias member retainer housing (18) is coupled to one end of the sleeve (14). A bias member (22) biases the bia...  
WO2003086847A3
A telescoping fork for the front wheel (40) of a two wheel vehicle comprises a pair of outer tubes (2, 4) that each has a bottom end and a top end. An upper structural member (18) and a lower structural member (16) connect the outer tube...  
WO/2004/024547A1
The invention relates to a bicycle fork, which is in particular suitable for a racing bicycle. Said fork has two fork tubes (10), which are interconnected by a fork bridge (12), the latter (12) in turn being connected to a handlebar stem...  
WO/2004/020272A1
A bicycle fork with composite material structure provides that the terminal region (C) where the wheel axle is secured has a flat shape arranged in the vertical plane, with a seat (D) suitable to receive said axle and an external metal m...  
WO2003101813A3
The present invention relates to a retrofit safety handlebar. A handlebar is modified to include a threaded portion on an exterior end thereof. The handlebar can be a conventional handlebar. The retrofit safety handlebar includes a threa...  
WO/2004/020273A1
Disclosed is a sliding bearing (1), particularly for tubes of motorcycle forks, comprising an inner part (8) which is provided with tracks that extend in the direction of displacement on the exterior side thereof, an outer part (7) which...  
WO/2004/020510A1
A composite material structure of fibers joined by a resin matrix includes one or more regions provided at least partially with a covering consisting of an external metal mesh embedded in the resin matrix as last layer of the composite s...  
WO/2004/018282A1
The invention relates to a bar end, which can be mounted on the handlebars of a vehicle steered by said handlebars. The inventive bar end is characterised in that a rear-view mirror (S1, S2, S3) is integrated into said end.  
WO2003086847A9
A telescoping fork for the front wheel (40) of a two wheel vehicle comprises a pair of outer tubes (2, 4) that each has a bottom end and a top end. An upper structural member (18) and a lower structural member (16) connect the outer tube...  
WO2003044421A3
A one-piece handlebar (1) for bicycles composed of one or more composite materials. The handlebar may be configured as a curved drop style handlebar, bent, or swept forward style, or other configuration, for road or off-road use. The han...  
WO/2004/009431A1
The invention concerns a device for fixing the front end assembly of a motorcycle comprising an upper plate (43), a lower plate (44), a column shaft (47) linking the two plates by enclosing the chassis column tube (5). The bearings origi...  
WO/2004/007271A1
A wheel support portion for a bicycle (10), such as a front fork assembly (14), arranged to reduce vibrations that originate at the bicycle wheel (16) and are transmitted to the rider of the bicycle (10) through the wheel support. Desira...  
WO/2004/000635A1
The invention relates to a foot-propelled, wheeled hobby and/or sport device that has a foot plate. Characteristic of the device is that it has one or two wheels (1) positioned between two side plates (7, 8) the axle (3) of which wheel (...  
WO/2003/101814A1
The basic aim of the invention is to integrate a partial section of a hydraulic braking circuit of a motor cycle into a chassis component. The chassis component can be, for example, a fork bridge of a front wheel fork. A fluid system is ...  
WO/2003/101813A2
The present invention relates to a retrofit safety handlebar. A handlebar is modified to include a threaded portion on an exterior end thereof. The handlebar can be a conventional handlebar. The retrofit safety handlebar includes a threa...  
WO/2003/099642A2
A Handlebar safety device (10) which attaches to a handlebar (12)includes a sleeve (14) which is received over the handlebar, a bias member retainer housing (18) is coupled to one end of the sleeve (14). A bias member (22) biases the bia...  
WO/2003/098205A1
Ion exchange membranes for use in sensors that measure dissolved gases are described. Sensors constructed using the disclosed membranes are able to maintain electrolyte conditions within the electrolyte volume so as to have greatly exten...  
WO/2003/095294A1
Steering apparatus for a recumbent cycle (10), having a forward and rearward end with ground engaging wheels (17) at least one of which defines a direction control wheel, a chassis (12) including an elongated main frame member (13) havin...  
WO/2003/092820A2
An adjustable handlebar having a handlebar body, a locking mechanism associated with the handlebar body and able to engage a cable, and an engagement-control mechanism to allow control engagement of the cable by the locking mechanism.  
WO/2003/086847A2
A telescoping fork for the front wheel (40) of a two wheel vehicle comprises a pair of outer tubes (2, 4) that each has a bottom end and a top end. An upper structural member (18) and a lower structural member (16) connect the outer tube...  
WO/2003/082652A2
An arrangement is provided for folding and stowing of a steering assembly (16) in combination with virtually any nature of wheeled devices (2) which include at least one 'steerable' wheel (2), so that a more thin, stowed profile is achie...  
WO/2003/076259A1
The invention involves a base handle bar configuration (12) having a stem (24) and a base gripping portion connected with the stem (24). A variety of combinations of stub grips, spanning bars, arcuate bars, cross bars, prong grips, and t...  
WO/2003/070551A1
A motorcycle steering damper (10) comprises two oil chambers (A, B) formed by partitioning the inside of a cylinder (12) by a piston (14) sliding in the cylinder (12) in operative connection with steering action, the piston (14) being fo...  

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