Velocipede - French vélocipède, from Latin velox (“swift”) + pes (“foot”)
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Glossary

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Uses a drive shaft on the right side chain stay in place of a chain. Introduced in 1894 but popularized from 1897 - 1907.

A style of brake in the rear hub that works by back pedaling

Describes a wheel using wooden spokes and fellow with a metal band that is heated and cooled to compress the wheel together like a wagon wheel.

Early safety bicycle frame design (1886 - 1889) resembling a cross usually without top tube,seat stays. and chain stays.