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High Torque Cruiser (HTC)

  • USA USA  
  • Quantity Required: 1
  • Last Updated:
    Posted on: 24 Nov 2020

  • Destination Port: Durham, NC, USA

RFQ Details

This exotic bicycle is classified as a High Torque Cruiser or HTC. The levercycle's main propulsion system is composed
of "L" shaped second class levers, which pull, rearwardly, seperate transmission chains connected to
member drive sprockets. The company is looking for Manufacturers for the patented technology. Each drive sprocket is located within the tube of the aluminum frame. This
mechanical configuration is nessesary, so that rearward pulling force can be directed centrally through
each lever machine and their associated componets. This configuration also prevents lever wobbling and
missalignment. The "L" shaped lever on this HCT is designed to allow a rider to take advantage of gravity
by using their weight to press down on each pedal, which would produce a multiplied propulsion force by
over two times the riders weight. This bicycle provides more propulsion power than any production bicycle
on the market. Therefore, acceleration on this machine is much greater, which is one of the unique benifits
it offers.
Each lever machine has a horizontal tubular portion that is reinforced on the inside with a steel beam or
other high dense material. This allows for safety when it comes to riding on rough terrain or stunt jumping.
So one may wonder, Why was the bicycle designed like this, or why are the levers on the bicycle so long?
The reason why the bicycle was designed this way, can be found in the laws of mechanical physics: A
lever machine will gain more mechanical advantage when the length of the area of applied force to the
fulcrum is longer than the distance from the load being moved to the same fulcrum. So obviously, we would
have to make the tubular portion of the lever machine longer in length in order to divide the effort needed
to propel the rider forward.