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FERRONATO SERGIO: Telescopic bicycle kickstand structure, Teleskopische Fahrradkippständerstruktur, Structure télescopique de béquille de bicyclette. URSUS S P A, August 10, 2011: EP2353978-A1 (79 worldwide citation)

A telescopic bicycle kickstand structure (10), comprising a bracket (11) for fixing to the lower part of a bicycle frame, the bracket (11) being articulated to a telescopic leg (12) with a foot (13) for resting on the ground the telescopic leg (12) comprises a first element (14) which is coupled to ...


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Joseph S Scire: Lock assembly for bicycle wheel quick release mechanism. September 19, 1978: US04114409 (73 worldwide citation)

A lock assembly for a bicycle quick release mechanism comprises: a shaft member having a threaded bore at one end, for connection to the threaded end of the actuating shaft of the quick release mechanism, and spaced from the shaft member one end a transverse bore providing a shoulder facing the actu ...


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Paul S Turin, Robert W Dickinson: Locking quick release mechanism with force indicating nut. Turn Engineering, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, February 16, 1988: US04724692 (70 worldwide citation)

Quick release mechanism which can be locked to prevent unauthorized removal of a bicycle wheel or other object secured thereby. The mechanism has an axially extending drawbar, a pair of clamping elements mounted on the drawbar for axial movement relative to each other between securing and released p ...


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David R Pender: Lock for bicycles and the like. B P Fishburne Jr, June 14, 1977: US04028916 (62 worldwide citation)

A key operated locking unit is permanently attached to a bicycle frame member. A flexible tether has one end permanently secured to the bicycle locking unit and has a plug-in lock element on its free end adapted to enter a receiver on the locking unit after first being looped around a stationary anc ...


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Winfred E Yaple: Motorcycle lift stand and actuator. Donovan F Duggan, Deborah A Peacock, October 25, 1994: US05358265 (56 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is an improved automatically actuated motorcycle lift stand. The stand comprises upper and lower stand units on each side of the motorcycle. This configuration enables independent raising of the motorcycle when resting on either side, as well as providing a normal parking function. Also di ...


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Masami Sakita: Two-wheel vehicle with auxiliary support system. Victor R Beckman, May 2, 1989: US04826194 (55 worldwide citation)

An auxiliary side wheel assembly for use with a two wheel vehicle, such as a motorcycle, is shown which includes right and left arms at opposite sides of the vehicle which arms are attached to a connecting shaft extending transversely of the vehicle. The arms extend downwardly and rearwardly from th ...


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Odenz Lawrence, Kane Donald D: Vehicle alarm system. TPS, November 13, 1973: US3772645 (53 worldwide citation)

An alarm system for detecting movement of an object to which the alarm is attached when the object or the alarm is moved, having a power source which can be a battery, an audio signal means, a detection circuit and a gimbled trip or motion switch. The alarm system can be mounted on a device to be pr ...


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Laroy J Van Dyke, Kenneth Cluff: Bicycle handlebar lock. Innovative Bicycle Products, Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, February 4, 1992: US05085063 (52 worldwide citation)

Theft of a bicycle is discouraged by a locking mechanism in the front headstem that controllably engages the handlebar-attached headstem with the front fork or disengages the headstem and fork for free relative rotation. A shaft attached to the fork and a sleeve attached to the handlebar clamp are c ...


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Susumu Yoshida, Munemitsu Ebihara, Tsutomu Kurita, Masahiko Sueyoshi: Electric power supply control device for vehicle. Honda Giken Kogyo, Honda Lock MFG, Longacre & White, August 30, 1994: US05343077 (51 worldwide citation)

An electric power supply control device for a vehicle comprises a lock actuator for driving actuators of the vehicle and an operation switch for outputting all operation instruction signal to the lock actuator. A circuit for vehicle running system for actuating an engine of the vehicle and a steerin ...


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Robert W Eagan: Multi-wheeled cycle. Charles J Prescott, May 24, 1988: US04746132 (50 worldwide citation)

A multi-wheeled cycle comprising a frame, a main wheel, and at least one auxiliary wheel secured for rotation at one end of the frame forwardly or rearwardly of the main wheel, and a spaced-apart pair of auxiliary wheels secured for rotation at the other end of the frame rearwardly or forwardly of t ...



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