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------- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Two bicycles fastened together, to make it possible for disabled children to learn to ride. Describes a quadricycle made by fastening two standard bicycles together with three metal bars, providing a cross connection mechanism to ensure the front wheels turn in unison. Other adaptations include wider than avarage seats, the addition of rollerskate baseplates to the pedals to hold the riders feet on the pedals, and fitting the learner's side with a fixed rear sprocket so the learner is always pedaling. Includes photograph. COMMENTS: Device designed by Kylie Kenman. For further information contact: Technical Aid to the Disabled, 227 Morrison Road, PO Box 108, Ryde, New South Wales 2112, Australia. SKILLS REQUIRED: Metalworking. Welding. TITLE: Special School Teachers, Pupils Hail Quadricycle JOURNAL: Technical Aid to the Disabled Journal REF: Vol 6 no 1, Mar 1986: p 19 PAGES (including cover): 2 1986.
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