brakes, cantilever

see cantilever brakes

Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • Cantilever — For the figure skating element, see Cantilever (figure skating). A schematic image of two cantilevers. The top example has a full moment connection (like a horizontal flag pole bolted to the side of a building). The bottom example is created by… …   Wikipedia

  • Cantilever-Bremse — Bremshebel für einen Bowdenzug Klotzbremse …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • V-brakes — A type of ATB brake patented by Shimano. This type of brake is characterized by the brake cable coming at the brake arms from the side (usually through a curved piece of aluminum tubing referred to as a noodle). This type of brake has replaced… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Bicycle brake — Animation of a single pivot side pull calliper brake for the rear wheel of a steel framed road bike. A bicycle brake is used to slow down or stop a bicycle. There have been various types of brake used throughout history, and several are still in… …   Wikipedia

  • Bicycle brake systems — are used to slow down, or brake a bicycle. There have been various types through history, and several are still in use today.HistoryEarly bicycles such as the high wheeled penny farthing bikes were fitted with spoon brakes. As they were fixed… …   Wikipedia

  • Mafac — MAFAC, or Manufacture Arvernoise de Freins et Accessoires pour Cycles (Arveni Manufacturing Works for Bicycle Brakes and Accessories), was a French manufacturer of bicycle brakes and tool kits. MAFAC was founded in post war France under the name… …   Wikipedia

  • Rétropédalage (mécanique) — Système de freinage (bicyclette) Traduction à relire Bicycle brake systems → …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Système de freinage (bicyclette) — Traduction à relire Bicycle brake systems → …   Wikipédia en Français

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