Variable Eccentric Wheel!!!

Check out his patent for an eccentric wheeled Uni with the ability to varry the axel location… very cool:

http://www.skif.vrn.ru/transport/monocycle/arhiv11.shtml

Add a motor to the screw, and it could change as you ride!

Christopher

Thats cool, but is there any advantage to this design? it seems to me that you would not want to ride an wheel with that much extra weight on it.
-David Kaplan

How to operate the motor? Remote control and battery powered?
Alternatively, it could be battery powered and preprogrammed, so that it
would e.g. start in the centre, work its way to the extreme position and
then back. Funny.

Klaas Bil

On Fri, 18 Jan 2002 17:45:07 +0000 (UTC), rhysling
<forum.member@unicyclist.com> wrote:

>Check out his patent for an eccentric wheeled Uni with the ability to
>varry the axel location… very cool:
>
> http://www.skif.vrn.ru/transport/monocycle/arhiv11.shtml
>
>Add a motor to the screw, and it could change as you ride!
>
>Christopher
>
>
>
>
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>rhysling Posted via the Unicyclist Community -
>http://unicyclist.com/forums


“To trigger/fool/saturate/overload Echelon, the following has been picked
automagically from a database:” “1997, Sheikh Abu Gaith, FREEBSD”

rhysling wrote:
>
> Check out his patent for an eccentric wheeled Uni with the ability to
> varry the axel location… very cool:
>
> http://www.skif.vrn.ru/transport/monocycle/arhiv11.shtml

After 27 occurances of the word ‘said’… I’m confused! But then I’m
dosed down with NyQuil right now. %)

Night!

Christopher Grove