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Re: Funny "1914 BSA wall auto wheel"
« Reply #1 on: 19.04. 2016 13:16 »
Hmmm. I had previously been aware of these. I’m kind of presuming that the motor and wheel are mounted on some kind of sprung parallelogram arrangement such that the cycle can still lead into corners and the powered wheel can still drive, as opposed to being more like a rigis sidecar type mounting. Does that sound right? I still can’t tell from those pictures though maybe a clue is the prop stand that can be seen.
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