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4 Seat Bicycle
- ride a bicycle
- In graph theory, a pseudoforest is an undirected graphThe kind of undirected graph considered here is often called a multigraph or pseudograph, to distinguish it from a simple graph. in which every connected component has at most one cycle.
- A vehicle composed of two wheels held in a frame one behind the other, propelled by pedals and steered with handlebars attached to the front wheel
- a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
- show to a seat; assign a seat for; "The host seated me next to Mrs. Smith"
- The roughly horizontal part of a chair, on which one's weight rests directly
- A thing made or used for sitting on, such as a chair or stool
- A sitting place for a passenger in a vehicle or for a member of an audience
- be able to seat; "The theater seats 2,000"
- a space reserved for sitting (as in a theater or on a train or airplane); "he booked their seats in advance"; "he sat in someone else's place"
- four: being one more than three
- four: the cardinal number that is the sum of three and one
- Derek Lamar Fisher (born August 9, 1974) is an American professional basketball player who plays for the Los Angeles Lakers. His NBA career has spanned more than 14 years, during which he has won 5 NBA Championships.
4 seat bicycle - Fisher-Price Healthy
Fisher-Price Healthy Care Deluxe Booster Seat, Pink
A cleaner tray for baby wherever you go. The Healthy care deluxe booster seat has a feeding tray you can sanitize right in the dishwasher. With the snap-on lid in place, the tray will stay clean until you're ready to use it. So you can take it wherever you go (it folds compactly) and always be sure that baby's feeding tray is dishwasher clean. Three height adjustments allow for a custom fit to any table. Front and rear seat straps adjust to fit virtually any chair and three-point harness adjusts to hold growing child securely. Folds compactly for portability, with a carry strap so you can take it anywhere.
Mystery Death Bicycle
Death bike. I found this as a built bicycle on display in a hole-in-the-wall bike shop in Montreal. It was equipped with first generation Shimano 600 crank, Simplex LJ gold derailleurs, gold MAFAC 2000 brake calipers, and a Simplex seat post. I can't remember what the handlebars or hubs were. When I first saw it I thought it was a very early ALAN or Vitus. I tracked down the former owner of the shop and he told me it was a Vitus but since he couldn't remember how he came across it I'm not sure he's correct. The parts were enough of a mix between Japan and France that it I couldn't figure out the country of origin. The headset is French thread, the bottom bracket theads are English/ISO. I have mentioned this bike to a few people in Montreal and others know about it but everyone has a different story. One fellow told me these bikes are Russian. I have seen only one other. The owner of that bike is deep in the bike industry and he told me they were Italian. The bike he had was for his wife. He says he loves her so he changed the fork! That bike had a small sticker on the head tube with a castle and the words "Ten Speed". That wasn't much help! Mine has no markings except for a crude 6 digit hand engraved series of numbers. Not even enough for a phone number! Anyway, it's a very odd frame and fork in that the whole thing is press fit and bolts together with a handful of rivets thrown in for good measure. No bonding, no glue, no welds. At all. I figure there is at least 80 hours of machining that went into this if it was done without a CNC lathe. Were CNC lathes common in the 70's? After I took it apart I thought that maybe IKEA made this because it can be shipped flat and all that is needed to built it is a couple allen keys! Much to my surprise the frame, and when it was a bike, looked like it saw some regular riding and I have not found any cracks in any of the material with the exception of a conical washer that cradles a bolt head. I am going to polish everything to a mirror finish and photograph the re-assembly. I plan to use lots and lots of Loc-Tite! It will then be built as a 5 or 6 speed "coffee shop" bike with a small front rack. The bike will see only light duty and no hills! I think I will make the parts selection all black so the frame will be the focal point :) The frame and fork together weigh about 4 3/4 pounds so I think I can have a sub-20 pound town bike! If you know anything about this bike or would like to take a guess please leave comments!
So I'm completely in love with this bicycle. We attended a wonderful Xmas Brunch at my Aunt & Uncle's home in Oak Park. We played with the cousins, dressed them, and packed their little backpacks with books for the plane ride to NYC....and then I noticed this old bike pathetically propped up in the garage. I grabbed the car seat and returned to the house and mentioned "the awesome motobecane old school bike in the garage" to my extremely tall uncle (I'm talkin 6'4" maybe)....to which he replied: "That little bike in the garage??? Oh Farrin I would be so happy if you would take that bike. Seriously." Well I was so excited I could hardly stand it! I've been hunting for an old bike that I could convert to single speed for about 4 months now!! So as the cab honked, I grabbed the motobecane, ripped the wheels off and stuck it right in the back of Jettie! Then I sat and obsessed over it for many hours--shining the chrome and cleaning it up. M worked on the rims. I can't wait to ride her!