Sports: Cycling: Human_Powered_Vehicles
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Demonstration of practical human powered bicycle transportation: a cargo trailer for use behind a bike.
Bike Design for Engineers
Bike design at CALPOLY San Luis Obispo. Includes background on the first human powered helicopter as well as student bicycle designs.
A four-wheel rowing exerciser. Videos, specifications, pictures, and how to order.
Cycle Rickshaw Innovation
An idea for modernising cycle rickshaw or human powered vehicle. Reduces operator fatigue by converting sideways movement into forward momentum.
Dan Speas' Variable Exercise Bicycle
Offers overview and photo gallery of a cable-driven bike with independent pedals and an infinite array of gear ratios. It is useful as a rehabilitation tool. Features videos on the bike and riding.
Human Powered Equipment and Transportation
The discussion of any type of equipment or transportation using human muscles, usually leg muscles with cranks and chains. This includes generators, mills, drills, presses, boats, planes, and land vehicles.
Human Powered Race America
The only racing series in the United States for recumbent and Human Powered Vehicles (HPVs). Includes events calendar, overview and history, along with information regarding the .deciMach Prize For Human Powered Speed.
Human Powered Vehicle - University of Southampton
Details the University's bid to break the human powered vehicle land speed record.
June Moxon Braised Brass Sculptures and The Kinetic Sculpture Race
The sculptures race at events throughout the USA. Judged for art, engineering, pageantry and speed, these vehicles race on mud, pavement, sand, and water.
Kinetic Sculpture Links
Links to photo galleries, descriptions, artists and active Kinetic Sculpture Race sites in the U.S. and worldwide.
Kinetic Sculpture Race
Three day race in California. Site includes photo gallery and museum.
Moz describes his bikes, how he builds them, what he uses them for. Mostly load bikes and silly bikes, some are both.
Focused on the proliferation and improvement of the "4 wheeled bike." Features links to manufacturers and related resources to earth conscious types of transportation.
Surreys by Tecnoart of America, Inc.
Manufacturer of four-wheel pedal-powered cycles known as surreys. Offers products for sale and surrey rental business opportunities.
Team Y-knot's Kinetic Sculpture Site
Contains pictures, movies and commentary of their projects. The first sculpture, Chips N Dips, ran in the 2002 Arcata to Ferndale Kinetic Sculpture Race.
Trans Canada Human Powered Speed Record HPV
Details one man's quest to break the trans-Canada speed record.
UC Berkeley Human Powered Vehicle (HPV) Team
Site dedicated to human powered vehicles and the assault on the human powered vehicle land speed record.
Creative hand or foot powered bicycles creations in imaginative configurations, ridden daily by individuals, and en-masse in the UC Davis annual Picnic Day parade.
Information on industrial-use HPVs including cargo haulers and pedicabs.
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