bicycle chain

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a chain that transmits the power from the pedals to the rear wheel of a bicycle

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CHAMPION Sir Brad will design children's bikes Wiggins joins big guns at Halfords Sir Bradley to design range of kids' bikes BIKE chain Halfords have signed up cycling star Sir Bradley Wiggins to get sales back on track.
The company has developed a line of bottle openers made from recycled bike chains that can be engraved with a logo.
Shift is packaged in tall 16-ounce cans, and sports a bike chain label.
Regular use of a cleaner and bike lubricant on the bike chain is also important to reduce wear and tear.
That proved to be the kitchen equivalent of a stunt I'd pulled off years before: trying to unclog a pipe with a bike chain and coat hanger, and getting them both stuck.
Reports showed one man was attacked with a machete and bike chain while several residents were taken to the hospital with stab wounds.
The ropy strands of porphyrins wound around the templates like a bike chain looping around a gear.
You would have won if it hadn't been for your bike chain and getting lost," Hannah mumbled.
However, degradation of the bike chain from road salt is an ongoing issue.
The bike chain bottle opener, candy wrapper place mats, coasters made from computer motherboards, bowls born from can tabs and from vintage records, and hanging lamps made from recycled mini blinds all would make terrific girls.
I'm just so proud,'' said Hines, who was nearly forced to sit out the afternoon session when his Harley-Davidson entry broke a bike chain, causing damage to the bike and slightly injuring his ankle.
The chip uses these measurements to calculate how taut your bike chain is.
I accept that this was a spur of the moment offence and that you acted out of jealousy and that you had a bike chain because you had been using it as a bike chain.
30am and 1am on September 3 when four men approached a cyclist who had stopped to fix his BIKE chain on his way to a TAKEAWAY.