quadricycle


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quadricycle

[′kwäd·rə‚sī·kəl]
(mechanical engineering)
A four-wheeled human-powered land vehicle, usually propelled by the action of the rider's feet on the pedals.
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fire trucks which were used in tunnels and intended for rescue and fire-extinguishing activities, a rapid response motorcycle, a quadricycle, air flows management systems, etc,.
She became the first female quadruple amputee to climb Ben Nevis, holds the world record for a 10k in a quadricycle and has also taken part in assault courses and a triathlon.
The industry produced a total 17,097,096 vehicles including passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles, three wheelers, two wheelers and quadricycle in April-October 2017, as against 15,811,071 in April-October 2016, thus registering a growth of 8.
The Queen was given an electric Twizy quadricycle by Renault in 2012.
In June 1896, he finished building and drove his first car, the 4 hp, 20 mph Quadricycle.
Euro-NCAP, "Euro NCAP's Spotlight Falls on Heavy Quadricycle," Brussels, http://www.
The 32-year-old called the vehicle the Quadricycle because he had used four bicycle tyres in the design.
Quadricycle star ratings should be used only for comparison within this category of vehicles.
Conceptualised on the Japanese New Mobility Solutions, Quadricycle, a new four-wheeler, is also likely to replace fuel-guzzling three wheelers to meet the new emission requirements.
But most walked right past the first gas-powered vehicle ever exhibited: a Daimler-Benz quadricycle.
Its GEN4 controller, which was launched in 2010, is a market leader, with Renault taking over 20,000 units for its electric, city quadricycle, called the Twizy.
In second place came the electric G-Wiz which is more a quadricycle than a car.