Reassembling Gear Drive History - November/December 2009
The article "Reassembling Gear Drive History" appeared in the November/December 2009 issue of Gear Technology.
Getting rid of personal mementos is an arduous housekeeping ritual for some of us; every last gear has a memory. One manís trash is another manís gold, after all, or in some cases, one failed business is a forgotten piece of personal and mechanical genealogy. Such is the case of the Hill-Climber chainless bicycle, the remains of which were pulled from a family junk pile after nearly half a century.
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