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bicycle chain

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(Mechanical Engineering) a chain that transmits power from the pedals to the driving wheel of a bicycle
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Noun1.bicycle chain - a chain that transmits the power from the pedals to the rear wheel of a bicyclebicycle chain - a chain that transmits the power from the pedals to the rear wheel of a bicycle
chain - a series of (usually metal) rings or links fitted into one another to make a flexible ligament
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Trends suggest that large bicycle chains are struggling, while fourth era shops are experiencing double-digit growth year over year.
A Link with Shakespeare (1950) Renold and Coventry Chain Ltd managed to make a simple industrial film promoting their range of bicycle chains quite charming by "linking" to their most famous local tourist attractions in Shakespeare's Stratford-upon-Avon.
The products range from decorative animals and trikes to clocks, household items and kitchen utensils, made using old bicycle chains, nuts, bolts and screws.
DADS need to have up to 50 skills under their belt to cope with the summer holidays - including fitting loose bicycle chains, pumping up footballs and flying kites.
6 million would be endowed by KMC Kuei Meng International Inc in Vietnam in the second half of the year, comprising construction of a new factory capable of making 15 million bicycle chains a year.
Picked lock on shed to gain entry and then cut through bicycle chains to steal push bikes.
Resource Revival is an Oregon-based business that makes easy-to-gift items from recycled bicycle chains, including picture frames, clocks and business card holders.
Caernarfon Crown Court heard the gang "locked themselves in" while they dislodged the machine by using bicycle chains to keep doors shut at Glan Clwyd Hospital, Bodelwyddan, Denbighshire.
Months of perpetual flat tyres and busted bicycle chains did not stop deepeei Film Productions from completing the highly-acclaimed cycling documentary Going South, which follows two pairs of cyclists--one team in North America, and the other in South America.
Wheeler manufactured carburetors, while Newby made bicycle chains and later founded the National Motor Vehicle Company.
Also among the list of outlawed items found by court guards were darts, knitting needles, handcuffs, corkscrews, hair straighteners, pointed umbrellas, bicycle chains, golf clubs and an arrow.
Solving the issue of broken chains even on-the-go, the KMC chain riveter allows shop mechanics, support crews and riders to easily connect and disconnect all kinds of bicycle chains.