Citations with the tag: TRICYCLES
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- Born again B&W.
// Truck & Driver; Aug2008, p24
Two images of the two-seater tricyle which dated from October 29, 2010 and powered by an 1.8 liter petrol engine in Great Britain are presented.
- What the Pierce-Arrow should've looked like.
// AutoWeek; 4/25/94, Vol. 44 Issue 17, p10
Features the three-wheeler Vigillante. Classification as a motorcycle; Design not to do extended wheelies; Engine specifications.
- Mission trike.
// Velo Vision; Mar2010, Issue 37, p5
The article reports on the availability of a new affordable semi-recumbent tricycle from cycle specialists Mission Cycles in Great Britain.
- Trike to Bike.
// Scholastic SuperScience; Oct2005, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p3
Presents information related to a bike called "SHIFT."
Cuthbert, Joyce // Playthings; May2001, Vol. 99 Issue 5, p16
Features several popular toys in Chicago, Illinois. Details of the Kettler tricycles; Description of the Shoezies from Hasbro Inc.; Information on the Madame Alexander dolls.
- TYKES ON BIKES.
Cuthbert, Joyce // Xtra (Toronto); 7/2/2009, Issue 644, p24
An image of children riding their tricycles at the kid's parade of the 519 Community Centre's Queer Family Pride Party in Toronto, Ontario, on June 23, 2009.
- Bicycle Dreams.
Jordan, Chris // Good Housekeeping; Jul2009, Vol. 249 Issue 1, p173
A blog on a tricycle for grown-up people with a basket in the back is discussed.
- MEALS ON WHEELS.
Jordan, Chris // Foodservice & Hospitality; Apr2012, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p6
The article reports on the tricycle food delivery service by L-Eat Express caf� in Toronto, Ontario, which offers eat-in, take-out or delivery menu on several house-made local and seasonal Italian food such as grilled panini with prosciutto, smoked mozzarella, and arugula.
Jordan, Chris // Cycle World; Jul2012, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p122
An image of two men on a tricycle with their heads held down is presented.
- Untitled Image.
Jordan, Chris // Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, February 18, 1914; 1/1/1914, p10
The article focuses on a dog that was run over by a tricycle.
- INCIDENTAL INTELLIGENCE.
Jordan, Chris // New Yorker; 9/10/1955, Vol. 31 Issue 30, p32
The article provides information about a tricycle that frequents the Central Park playground located at Fifth Avenue and Seventy-second Streets in New York City. The main feature that made the vehicle more noticeable to passersby is its lovely, moth-eaten mink tail which flowed from one of its...
Bryant, Eric; Katz, Bill // Library Journal; 4/1/1994, Vol. 119 Issue 6, p142
Reviews the periodical `Tricycle: The Buddhist Review,' edited by Helen Tworkov.
- TRICYCLE (Poem).
Sandeen, Ernest // New Republic; 9/6/82, Vol. 187 Issue 10, p32
Presents the poem "Tricycle," by Ernest Sandeen.
- Horrors of Hiroshima.
Sandeen, Ernest // Curriculum Review; Nov95, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p13
Reviews the book `Shin's Tricycle,' by Shin Tetsutani's father.
- THE NEW ISSUE OF THE WEEK.
Kent, David A. // Mekeel's & Stamps Magazine; 9/19/2003, Vol. 193 Issue 11, p5
Describes the stamp set in Argentina featuring velocipedes, bicycles and tricycles.
- Bikes & ride-ons.
Kent, David A. // Australia's Parents; Apr/May97 Supplement Buying for Bab, Issue 98, p20
Presents a guide to bikes and ride-ons for children available in Australia. Companies making trikes and bikes, helmets and accessories; Safety tips.
- NEWS AND NOTES: PARLIAMENT.
Kent, David A. // British Medical Journal; 8/7/1976, Vol. 2 Issue 6031, p376
Reports the invalid vehicle service and mobility allowance in Great Britain. Concerns on the approval of repairs of invalid tricycles; Proposal of legislation for the benefits of person under pension age; Discussions on the extension of the rights to cars.
- The ultimate freedom in perfect existence may begin at a fund-raiser.
Kent, David A. // New Yorker; 1/10/94, Vol. 69 Issue 45, p28
Reports on the fund-raising dinner held at the Synod Hall of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine for `Tricycle: The Buddhist Review'. Supporter of the quarterly magazine; Lex Hixon as chairman of the board of advisers; Article about the Buddhist implications of organ transplants.
- A loft-y blessing.
Wilson, Steve // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management; 1/1/96, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p18
Reports that Tibetan lama Gelek Rinpoche consecrated the `Tricycle: The Buddhist Review' magazine's office in New York City. Office's features; Rinpoche's prayers during the office's blessing.
- DRILL DRIVER.
Wilson, Steve // Popular Mechanics; Sep2011, Vol. 188 Issue 9, p94
The article presents brief information on EX, a tricycle designed by students at the University of Fine Arts of Hamburg, Germany.
McLean, Donald // Advocate; 6/18/75, Issue 166, p3
Reports on the participation of 90 gay males in the 4th Annual Memorial Day Tricycle Race at the Civic Center in San Francisco, California. Reactions of participants and crowds; Winners of the tricycle race; Fund raising for the Guide Dogs for the Blind.
- MY BENDY BIKE.
Hill, Paul // Velo Vision; May2012, Issue 43, p44
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of making a front wheel drive, front wheel steering recumbent tricycle.
- TRIO BIKE.
Bostwick, William // Metropolis: Architecture Design; Mar2010, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p102
The article evaluates the Trio Bike bicycle.
- Bound for Glory.
WATSON, BRUCE // Smithsonian; May2000, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p36
Focuses on the adult tricycle races featured during Marysville, Washington's annual Strawberry Festival. Details of the handmade tricycles used in the races; Obstacles along the race course, including a 15-foot-long pit of Jell-O; History of the event since the 1970s.
- Carpet of the Future.
WATSON, BRUCE // ASID ICON; 2009, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p29
The article evaluates the Tryk eco-friendly carpet from Tricycle Inc.
- The tricycle that roared was world's first car 125 years ago.
Geiger, Thomas // Filipino Post; 2/3/2011, p15
The article reports that the frail-looking patent motor vehicle in the style of a tricycle, which was used in Germany in 1886, is considered as the world's very first automobile.
- Admin pushes use of e-Trikes to lessen dependence on petroleum.
Geiger, Thomas // Filipino Reporter; 3/30/2012, Vol. 40 Issue 17, p19
The article reports that the Department of Energy in the Philippines and local government units are promoting a program to deploy 100,000 e-Trikes with lithium batteries in key cities and provinces in the Philippines with a loan facility from the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
- SYM SCOOTER SCOOP.
Geiger, Thomas // Australian Motorcycle News; 11/23/2011, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p16
The article presents information on the new SYM scooter-based trike.
- Broschüre „Mobile Kinder“ informiert über sichere Fortbewegungsmittel für Kids.
Geiger, Thomas // Ergotherapie & Rehabilitation; Jun2012, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p7
The publication of a brochure called "Mobile Kinder," ("Mobile Kids,") on appropriate means of transportation including tricycles, bicycles, and roller skates for children of various ages is announced.
- Smooth Sailing.
Schmitt, Genevieve // RoadBike; Jun2012, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p46
The article evaluates the trike HT1800 Gold Wing Conversion Kit from Roadsmith.
- Three-Wheel Burnin'.
Schmitt, Genevieve // RoadBike; Aug2010, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p69
The article features the custom-made tricycle from California Sidecar which introduced the new raked triple tree, carpeted trunk, saddle seat, disk brakes, and polished billet wheels.
- Forecasts: Children's books.
Schmitt, Genevieve // Publishers Weekly; 7/17/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 29, p230
Reviews the book `Shin's Tricycle,' by Tatsuhara Kodama, illustrated by Noriyuki Ando and translated by Kazuko Hokumen-Jones.
- Three-wheel home.
Wills, Dixe // Green Futures; Apr2013, Issue 88, p8
The article offers information on the bijou tricycle house designed by People's Architecture Office (PAO) and the People's Industrial Design Office (PIDO) of China which offers potential solution to overcrowding and high accommodation cost problem.
- Space-age electric tuk-tuk ready for taxi passengers.
Wills, Dixe // Filipino Reporter; 4/26/2013, Vol. 41 Issue 21, p5
The article reports on the electric tuk-tuk, or tricycle, planned to be launched by Terra Motors to be a cost competitive taxi in Asia.
- A trike named Spike.
Hitchcock, Karen Diekamp // St. Charles Journal; 3/21/2012, Vol. 47 Issue 12, pA15
The author talks about her quest for a tricycle and shares how she will decorate her tricycle which she calls Spike.
- A trike named Spike.
Hitchcock, Karen Diekamp // Wentzville Journal; 3/21/2012, Vol. 50 Issue 12, pA15
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of trying out a trike in a local bicycle shop, only to give it up due to her painful arthritic joints, yet not about to give up her quest for the right trike.
- PH gives green-light to electric tricycles.
Hitchcock, Karen Diekamp // Filipino Reporter; 12/14/2012, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p18
The article reports on the launch of 100,000 electric tricycles in the Philippines in December 2012.
- Ride-ons travel steady course.
Gilligan, Eugene // Playthings; Jul94, Vol. 92 Issue 7, p39
Reports on the commercial popularity of toy automobiles or ride-ons. Tricycles; Return to the pedal type; Key to selling ride-ons.
Gilligan, Eugene // RoadBike; Jun2013, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p20
The article offers brief information on the Stallion tricycle from Thoroughbred Motorsports Inc.
- TRIKE IN A BOX.
Luc Decker, Erik // Velo Vision; Jul2013, Issue 45, p49
The article presents the author's on the ways for the creation of a train-friendly suitcase on wheels, along with its equipment including workstand, agricultural-grade steel, and headset.
- THE ULTIMATE TRIKE?
Eland, Peter // Velo Vision; Sep2010, Issue 39, p20
The article evaluates the Innesenti recumbent trike designed by Trevor Innes.
Baird, Dugald; Benzine, Adam; Brooke, Phil; Clarke, Stuart; Kelly, Neon; Larkin, Jim; Lawrence, Owen; Tesco, Nick; Ward, Simon // Music Week; 4/15/2006, Issue 15, p26
The article reviews the music release "Tricycle," by Psapp.
- Starred reviews: books for youth.
Rochman, Hazel // Booklist; 9/1/95, Vol. 92 Issue 1, p74
Reviews the book `Shin's Tricycle,' by Tatsuharu Kodama, translated by Kazuko Hokumen-Jones.
- Book Review: Preschool & primary.
Jones, Trevelyn E.; Toth, Luann // School Library Journal; Dec95, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p98
Reviews the book `Shin's Tricycle,' by Tatsuharu Kodama.
- Bamboo Bambike.
Jones, Trevelyn E.; Toth, Luann // Green Futures; Apr2013 Supplement, p7
The article offers brief information on the tricycle Bambike invented by furniture designer Vijay Sharma by making use of bamboo.
- Idol who was toppled by a trike.
Rigby, Rhymer // Management Today; Sep97, p92
Presents information on C5, an electric tricycle created by Inventor Sir Clive Sinclair. Other inventions of Sinclair; Disadvantages pointed out by the British Safety Council; Details on sale figures.
- Pedal Power: Cargo Trikes and Pedicabs.
Weiss, Jean // Mother Earth News; Dec2011/Jan2012, Issue 249, p21
The article offers information on the U.S.-based delivery company Metro Pedal Power, which uses non-motorized cargo trikes for transportation of goods.
- Things That Go!
Weiss, Jean // Working Mother; Mar2001, p74
Features wheeled toys for kids available in the United States as of March 2001. Dirt-jumping bicycle from Haro Bikes; Classic tricycle from Radio Flyer; Skateboard from Mi5; Pedal car from Peda Car U.S.A.
- MORE NEW WAYS TO MOVE.
Weiss, Jean // Popular Science; Apr2012, Vol. 280 Issue 4, p18
Reviews of three unusual vehicles are presented, including a skateboard with tank treads called the Rockboard Descender, the unicycle cousin of the Segway scooter called the Solowheel, and the three-wheeled CycoCycle, made by Dynacraft.
- Freedom Ride.
Silverberg, Michael // Metropolis: Architecture Design; Feb2009, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p24
The article evaluates the A2B tricycle designed by Shabtai Hirshberg for disabled children.