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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...  
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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...  
WO/1992/008639A1
The invention relates to a hub-steering bearing assembly for journalling a steering wheel in a vehicle relative to a vehicle frame (2), said assembly comprising a bearing axle (3) mounted on the vehicle frame, said axle supporting journa...  
WO/1992/007751A1
The object of the invention is to provide a mono shock-absorber device which obviates inconveniences caused by vibrations and shocks provoked while riding two-wheel vehicles on un-even or rough ground. The said mono shock-absorber device...  
WO/1992/002403A1
A vehicle has a suspension device (50) connected between the chassis (1) of the vehicle and the mounting (10) of at least one of the wheels (7) of the vehicle. The suspension device has an elastic elongated element (51) mainly made of a ...  
WO/1991/019635A1
A steering hub, particularly for two-wheel drive vehicles, having a forward swing arm including an internal element (56) and an external element (54) which are mutually rotatable by means of a roller bearing (58), and a steering pivot (6...  
WO/1991/019636A1
A steering rod (9), in particular for a wheeled vehicle (1), can be connected to the steering column (3) by a central connecting arrangement (7). The connecting arrangement (7) has an articulated arm (11; 111) which bends about at least ...  
WO/1991/017076A1
Steering and driving front suspension device for a motorcycle with two drive wheels comprising telescopic suspension means consisting of a first element (30), and a second element (32), the first element (30) being articulated in relatio...  
WO/1991/016231A1
The invention concerns a steering device for a sports bicycle with grips (2) secured to the handlebar and projecting forward in the direction of travel and forearm supports (10) also secured to the handlebar. In order to suit this steeri...  
WO/1991/013796A1
A shock absorber (10) has an outer cylinder (28) that is rotationally received within the head tube (12) of a bicycle and an inner cylinder (30) which is slidably received within the outer cylinder (28). The inner cylinder (30) has longi...  
WO/1991/004903A1
The invention concerns aerodynamic racing handlebars for a bicycle, in particular for a bicycle with a front part (2) and two aerodynamic curved rods (5). In order to improve the ease of mounting and handling of these aerodynamic handleb...  
WO/1991/004904A1
A lightweight large diameter aluminum bicycle fork which has a higher torsional, fore-and-aft and side-to-side stiffness and a higher overall rigidity than prior art forks. A steering tube has an hourglass external surface and bearing ra...  
WO/1991/004187A1
A steering suspension device for a two-wheel drive motorcycle comprises a frame (12) supporting an engine (14), a front wheel (18) rotatably mounted on the lower end of a fork (16), a strut (20) placed between the fork (16) and the frame...  
WO/1991/001246A1
A fork assembly (49) including a stiff steerer tube assembly (52, 52', 62, 62', 74, 231) of metal or the like connected to a generally hollow unitary crown (53) and blade component (50) made of molded resin impregnated fibrous material. ...  
WO/1990/015748A1
A suspension device to be used in the forks and saddle shafts of cycles or other wheeled objects having to travel over rough terrain, consists of an elastic element, a spring or an elastic rubber (6) placed between a tube (1) and the whe...  
WO/1990/012727A1
The invention comprises a suspension system for a bicycle or similar vehicle to allow shock isolation at the location of the seat or handle bar mounting or other locations. The suspension system includes a hydraulically actuated system a...  
WO/1990/008687A1
The steering wheel of the vehicle is comprised of an annular roller bearing (22) of which the interior element (23) is made integral with one of its elements, for example the exterior element (25) of a second roller bearing (24) and of w...  
WO/1990/008688A1
The steering wheel (10) of the vehicle of the invention is comprised of a plate (40) mounted in an appropriate annular guide (42) integral with the suspension arm (17) of the vehicle, said plate carrying a second roller bearing (24) fixe...  
WO/1990/005070A1
The present invention relates to a cycle or an engine-driven vehicle which moves on a bearing surface and more particularly on a road. In the case of a motorcycle, the front steering wheel (20) is fitted with a first crown-shaped roller ...  
WO/1990/003302A1
Adjustable and lockable handlebar stem comprising a post (1) to be clamped in the forward frame tube of a bicycle, one upper (2) and one lower (3) profile arm pivotably supported in bearing points (6, 7) on said post (1), and a handlebar...  
WO/1989/011810A1
A support assembly (506) for utilization with generally horizontal handles, bars, shafts and the like for securement of articles thereto. The support assembly includes both a unit (504) which is integrally formed with a handle and discre...  
WO/1989/009156A1
A bicycle headset consisting of an upright member (1), which is rotatably journalled in the bicycle frame and is joined to the front fork for turning it and thereby for turning the front wheel of the bicycle, and a mounting member (7) ha...  
WO/1988/007467A1
Bicycle consisting of a plate (1) for carrying a passenger, mounted on at least two wheels (7). Said wheels (7) are attached to said plate (1) by arms (3) pivoting horizontally about the pivotal axes (2) of the plate and (4) the wheels, ...  
WO/1988/005743A1
Vehicle (10) comprising at least two front and rear wheels, a driving engine (12), dampening means (24, 30) and a directional handling member (70) comprising a frame with rigid structure (14) supporting a steering assembly (48) and at le...  
WO/1987/004131A1
A longitudinal frame (12) is provided having upper front and rear end portions (14 and 16), a first stationary wheel supporting fork (36) is dependingly supported from one of said portions and a second wheel supporting fork (28) is oscil...  
WO/1987/003853A1
Thermic handles (handles fitted with built-in heating system) which comprehends handles very similar in look to ordinary ones, but made in heat-proof elastomer which houses a shielded resistor. Each handle houses on its end a pilot lamp ...  
WO/1987/002956A1
Curved racing bicycle handlebar, having at the hand resting zone an almost rectilinear portion (16). In particular the proposed handlebar has, besides a horizontal portion (11) apt to be engaged in the lug, a shaped cavity (17) bent towa...  
WO/1986/005156A1
A self-propelled wheeled wagon (10) having cargo (45) and seat (48) sections. The user transmits a reciprocating movement, through a propelling mechanism, to sprocket wheel (63) to eventually move rear wheel (30) to rotate. The steering ...  
WO/1986/005154A1
A novel improved recumbent vehicle having a frame (12) comprising an elongate tubular support portion (30) adapted to substantially entirely enclose within its interior the vehicle's primary drive (80) thereby eliminating risk of rider e...  
WO/1986/003267A1
A hydraulic device for damping a relative pivotal movement of a motor cycle wheel, which is rotatably journalled at the free end portion of a fork, said fork being pivotably mounted at the frame of the motor cycle. The damping device is ...  
WO/1985/002827A1
A handlebar assembly (10, 228) for use on a motorcycle or motorcycle-like vehicle includes a structure (11, 215) for operatively connecting the handlebar or handlebars to a steering mechanism for the vehicle of the type comprising a pair...  
WO/1984/000338A1
Human-powered, front-wheel drive tricycle (1) of a 2DS-1IS format having two steering front wheels (128, 128') in a fully engineered front end (44, 64, 65, 110-112, 137-141), a multi-triangulated space frame (2) and a single trailing rea...  
WO/1983/002598A1
An operator powered vehicle (200) configured to be ridden by an operator in an upright or forced weight position wherein muscle force provided to pedals (40A, 40B) is augmented by the weight of the operator (30) and by an upward force pr...  
WO/1981/001821A1
An improved recumbent bicycle having a carriage unit (16) comprising an improved seat assembly (18) and handle bars (20). The carriage unit (16) is adjustably mounted on the frame (10) of the bicycle so that it is movable toward and away...  
WO/1979/000393A1
Improvement of the stems of handle-bars of bicycles comprising a diving tube that engages in the frame of a bicycle and a relatively horizontal arm having a collar in which the handle-bars are held fast, the fastening collar having a sli...  

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