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about the evolution of bicycle

About the bicycle

bicycle, powered by human muscle, are lightweight and designed for efficient movement. They enable riders to convert physical effort into speed, covering long distances quickly. Early records suggest bicycles were invented by the Chinese, Egyptians, and Indians over 2,000 years ago, though specific details are unclear.

Year 1790

In 1790, a Frenchman named Comte Mede de Sivrac invented a bicycle-like vehicle. It consists of 2 wheels connected by wood. Made to look like the back of a horse or the back of animals. The name “Celerifere” or “Velocifere” comes from the Latin “Cefer” meaning fast and “Fere” meaning carried.

Year 1816

Later, during the years 1816 – 1818, Baron Karl Friedrich von Drais de Sauerbrun of Baden – Wutemburg, the German forest guard of the Grand Duke of Baden, improved the Celerifere by adding a steering device. And has a seat with springs and is considered the world’s first bicycle.

Year 1821

In 1820, Von Drais set the first record in bicycle history. by riding between Beaume and Dijon at a speed of 15 kilometers per hour

On the evolution of bicycle

This discussion may include advancements such as the introduction of pedals, gears, different frame styles, suspension systems, and other innovations that have shaped the modern bicycle.

history of the bicycle

Year 1839

The Duke of Marlborough donated a unique hobby horse to the science museum, which was used by his ancestors to transport gardens. It is a rare women’s design and weighs 66 pounds. In 1821, Louis Gompertz, an English inventor, enhanced the Draisienne by adding gears and bolts to the front wheels, while still relying on foot power. This modification allowed riders with strong legs to achieve speeds of 16 to 22 kilometers per hour.

Year 1860

Between 1825 and 1870, the “velocipede” gained popularity as a ground-propelled transportation device. Pierre Lallement, who immigrated to America after separating from the Michaux family, built the Velocipede and earned the nickname “Boneshaker.” The Michaux family, skilled in industry and marketing, greatly contributed to the production of Velocipedes. They sponsored races and demonstrations, leading to increased bicycle production.

Year 1879

In 1880, Humber et al. produced a bicycle with a rhombus body, however, in 1886 Humber introduced a safety bicycle with a rhombus body. which is an example of today’s bicycles

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