Issue 22 - Spring/Summer 1988

  • Design Criteria for an Energy-Saving Lightweight Vehicle for Commuting: First Experiences with a Prototype for Experimental Use
    Falk Riess & Rainer Pivit
    1
  • Development of the Breeze-Cheater(tm) Fairing (patent pending)
    John Nobile
    4
  • Friction Damping as a Simple and Effective Cure for Bicycle Shimmy
    John S. Derr
    6
  • Vehicles for the Homeless
    Dennis L. Dollens
    10
  • Daedalus
    19
    Comments and Responses
  • Backward vs. forward pedalling
    Theo Schmidt, Brenda Bigland, J.M. Ritchie & Ramondo Spinnetti
    8
  • Oxygen cost of submaximal exercise in recumbent and conventional cycling positions
    Ken Schuman & Ingrid E. Antonson
    9
    Reviews
  • Computing Across America, by Steven K. Roberts
    David G Wilson
    11
  • Baidarka, by George Dyson
    Theo Schmidt
    11
  • Bike Tech, December 1987
    David G Wilson
    18
  • Icarus, The Boat that Flies, by James Grogono
    Theo Schmidt
    18
  • The Technology of Winning: The Ski Jump, Flight Without Wings, by Chester R. Kyle
    David G Wilson
    18
  • A Walk with the Maasai, by Alan and Colony Abbott
    David G Wilson
    18
    Letters
  • A plea for a sensible senior citizen HPV
    D. Weinkauf
    2
  • More research articles wanted
    John Riley
    3
  • Requesting a "Practical Vehicles" class
    Charles Brown
    3
  • Report of watercraft adventures
    Theo Schmidt
    3
  • Flexifit two seater rowing machine
    Ken Lynch
    12
  • ULTRA MAC 5 speed FWD kit
    Ken Haan
    16
  • Roulandt high seat recumbent
    John Riley
    16
  • HP Lifeboat propulsion system?
    Dustin Miller
    16
  • Political advantage of the bicycle?
    Peter Ernst
    16
  • Human-powered "dry" submarine
    Dave O'Neil
    17
  • THEBIS tricycle and German symposium
    Otto Brodtrick
    17
    Editorial
  • Daedalus Triumphs!
    David G Wilson
    2
  • A Personal Note
    David G Wilson
    2

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