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any wheeled vehicle that is dilapidated and uncomfortable

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Hundreds of men and youths trundling wheelbarrows, handcarts, broken-down prams, boneshaker bicycles, and grocers' two-wheeled trolleys along a single-track railway, tearing a way through a wilderness of gorse bushes and tangled undergrowth, climbing an endlessly winding country lane until at last Mecca was reached.
Examples of boneshakers and penny-farthings can be seen at Coventry Transport Museum in Millennium Place, in the city centre.
From boneshakers to choppers: The rip-roaring history of motorcycles.
Two things, though: Boneshakers has closed, but a new nightspot, Club Detour at 227 W.
The latest story goes that thousands of drivers across the country aren't happy with their boneshakers.
Without a proper suspension seat even the new buses are boneshakers for drivers.
The festival, a fund-raiser for the North Bend Firefighters' Association, will be headlined by the Boneshakers.
Now, after recording with Orquestra Was, Seal, Bruce Hornsby, Tears for Fears, Bonnie Raitt, Paula Abdul and Was (Not Was), Jacobs has his solo project - the Boneshakers, with longtime friend and ex-autoworker Sweet Pea Atkinson on vocals.
The opening night blues bash will include headline entertainment, the Robert Cray Band, John Lee Hooker, and Virgin Record features artists, the Boneshakers.
THE Ford Model T was the original "car for the masses", with more than 16million of the boneshakers being snapped up during a 20-year production run.
The exhibition will feature penny farthings and boneshakers from the 19th Century alongside bikes from every decade throughout the 20th century and contemporary carbon fibre racing bikes used in the Tour.
Bands already booked to appear include Boneshakers, The Last Fakers, Ladykillers and The Dust Town Dogs, named after Consett's infamous red dust which coated the town's buildings when the massive steelworks was in production.
MUSIC - ROCK/POP CARDIFF: Bogiez (029 2039 6590), Vince Ray & The Boneshakers.
hairyhorace I know bus companies are making good profits due to people being priced out of owning cars and forced onto public transport but surely the money would be better invested in maintaining the old boneshakers that are still in use.