Bicycles were introduced to Europe in the late 19th century, and by the beginning of the 21st century, more than 1 billion were produced worldwide. This number is much higher than the number of cars, which is aggregated and ranked by the number of individual models produced. They are the principal means of transportation in many areas. They provide fun entertainment and have been customized for use as children’s toys, general fitness, military and police applications, courier services, bicycle racing, and bicycle stunts.
The basic shape and layout of a typical straight or “protective bicycle” have changed, at least since the first channel-based model was developed around 1885. But many details have been improved, especially with the advent of innovative materials and computer-aided design. It has allowed the expansion of special designs for many types of cycling.
Cycle industrial invention has had a huge impact on society in terms of culture and development of modern industrial practices. Many important elements were eventually invented for use in cycles, including bike bearings, pneumatic tires, chain-driven sprockets, and tension-based wheels
The second (2nd) Century Anniversary Of Bicycle
Berlin: 200 years have passed since the invention of the bicycle goes to Baron Karl von Dries, a German citizen who invented the bicycle on June 12, 1817. According to a report, the machine working with the power of human nerves was invented 200 years ago. The first to go bicycling goes to a German Baron Carl von Dries, all historians agree.
Dries conducted an experiment on June 12, 1817, in his hometown of Mannheim. They rode their two-wheeled running machine or running machine. A wooden frame and two wheels made of iron, without a pedal, were named the drivetrain. The invention of the bicycle was named in 1818 by Baron Carl Fan Drive. On June 12, 1817, Drais rode his two-wheeled running machine experimentally to his hometown. The first experimental drive of the driveway completes 200 years on Monday, June 12. In this regard, dozens of different commemorations are being held in the German city of Manheim on Saturday, June 10 and Sunday 11 June.