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November 01, 2005



The worm gear shown in figure 4 indicates a large-order speed reduction to the motor's driving sprocket, suggesting that driven cranks might not exceed normal pedaling speeds. My product also drives the pedals, and this concern springs early to peoples' minds. In practice it's no different from fixed-gear or tandem designs featuring chain-driven pedals.


Scratch that - I read the full disclosure and apparently the motor does not engage the cranks, while the cranks are useful in starting the motor: http://patimg1.uspto.gov/.DImg?Docid=US000575639&PageNum=5&IDKey=E451FEC06B4E&ImgFormat=tif



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