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Turbo air motor for bicycles










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #4568097.

A bicycle drive means comprising a bicycle having a main frame and air passageway throughout a substantial portion of the main frame, an air intake means in fluid communication with the air passageway, an air compressor engaged with the front sprocket assembly of the bicycle and in fluid communication with the air passageway of the main frame for directing air flow into the main frame, a hollow rear frame member engaged with the main frame and the rear wheel of the bicycle for receiving the air flow from the main frame passageway and a turbine directly engaged with the rear axle of the bicycle and in fluid communication with the hollow rear frame member whereby driving forces imparted to the bicycle provide air flow from the air intake to the turbine.








 
 
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