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June 8th, 2017, 02:18 AM   #11
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Is it possible to design and construct a Quadrilateral Cycle?

One Front, One Centre and Two Rear Wheels.

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I mean a Cycle with circular wheels as usual.

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One wheel in the Front,One wheel in the Centre,Two wheels in the Rear.

There are total four wheels for the Cycle. Change is in the design of the four wheels.

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One wheel at the front and the other wheel at the Center similar to the current cycle.

Now from the Center Wheel,one wheel to the left ,one wheel to the right which are the rear wheels. The two rear wheels resemble a Human beings two legs as a triangle shape.

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One wheel at the front and the other wheel at the Center similar to the current cycle.

Now from the Center Wheel,one wheel to the left ,one wheel to the right which are the rear wheels. The two rear wheels resemble a Human beings two legs as a triangle shape.

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One wheel at the front and the other wheel at the Center similar to the current cycle.

Now from the Center Wheel,one wheel to the left ,one wheel to the right which are the rear wheels. The two rear wheels resemble a Human beings two legs as a triangle shape.

Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar
You mean stabilisers for kids bikes?

Prashant... can you please post all of your questions in the "Lounge" area so that the other subforums get populated by actual maths and physics posts?
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June 8th, 2017, 05:38 AM   #13
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Stabilisers effectively give you 3 rear wheels rather than the 2 in Prashs mind. (I'm trying to get him to draw something so that the first part of the question, design, is answered, but don't tell him )
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Why not connect 4 unicycles , then you can put the wheels wherever you like.

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Quadrilateral Cycle.

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Is it possible to design and construct a Quadrilateral Cycle?
One Front, One Centre and Two Rear Wheels.
Hey, good idea...
Install a vertical rod (with a wheel at one end)
attached to the bottom of the seat of your
tricycle: to be used as spare wheel.

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Now, a computer couldn't have drawn this, so there goes that idea.
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Hey, good idea...
Install a vertical rod (with a wheel at one end)
attached to the bottom of the seat of your
tricycle: to be used as spare wheel.

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Hahaha. This is all very humorous.

Perhaps Jonah can cure his self-inflicted torture with a morning pedal on prashant's quadri-cycle.
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Well done Prashant, we now have a design, so yes, one can be designed (at least to this top level, suitable for customers and project managers).
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