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A bicycle, or bike, is a small, human powered land vehicle with a seat, two wheels, two pedals, and a metal chain connected to cogs on the pedals and rear wheel. A frame gives the bike strength, and all of the parts other than the frame are attached to the frame. The name comes from these two wheels - the prefix "bi-" meaning two, and the suffix "-cycle" meaning wheel. It is powered by a person riding on top, who pushes the pedals around with his or her feet. [http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bicycle [Source: Wikipedia.com]]
 
A bicycle, or bike, is a small, human powered land vehicle with a seat, two wheels, two pedals, and a metal chain connected to cogs on the pedals and rear wheel. A frame gives the bike strength, and all of the parts other than the frame are attached to the frame. The name comes from these two wheels - the prefix "bi-" meaning two, and the suffix "-cycle" meaning wheel. It is powered by a person riding on top, who pushes the pedals around with his or her feet. [http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bicycle [Source: Wikipedia.com]]
  
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For more details on the bicycle, click here: [[Bicycle]]
 
For more details on the bicycle, click here: [[Bicycle]]
  

Revision as of 09:44, 15 February 2010

Contents

Course Title

Title for the course

Description

Bicycle.jpg

A bicycle, or bike, is a small, human powered land vehicle with a seat, two wheels, two pedals, and a metal chain connected to cogs on the pedals and rear wheel. A frame gives the bike strength, and all of the parts other than the frame are attached to the frame. The name comes from these two wheels - the prefix "bi-" meaning two, and the suffix "-cycle" meaning wheel. It is powered by a person riding on top, who pushes the pedals around with his or her feet. [Source: Wikipedia.com]


Purpose

This section includes the objective and the activity level of the course

Contributor

Instructor

Institution

The institution of the contributor

Activity Classification

The table of Activity Classification for the course

Activity Classification
Cross-Cutting Concepts Congnitive Dimension Tech Topic Area - Engineering
○ Systems ● Knowledge ○ Medical
○ Bio-based
○ Design ● Capabilities ○ Engergy & Power
○ Info Tech & Comm
○ Connections ● Decision-making ○ Transfortation
○ Manufacturing & Const


Teaching Materials

For more details on the bicycle, click here: Bicycle

Wiki tutorial: Wiki TutorialPpt-icon.gif

Guide to Writing Wiki Code for Bicycle: Bicycle Wiki Guide

Bicycle Archaeology

The evolution of a bicycle has had an enormous impact on society in terms of life, culture, environments, and advancing modern technologies. For an example, several components in automobile industries were originally invented for the bicycle – e.g., ball bearings, pneumatic tires, chain-driven sprockets, spoke-tensioned wheels, etc. To investigate the impact on society, we discuss the invention and evolution of the bicycle related to Global, Economic, Environmental, and Societal issues.

- Global Issues:Bicycle_Global_Issues

- Economic Issues: Bicycle_Economic_Issues

- Environmental Issue: Bicycle_Environmental_Issue

- Societal Issue: Bicycle_Societal Issue