Proposal 27: Definitions of unlimited unicycle, gearing and freewheel #2 [ Revision 3 ]Committee: Road
Submitted on 2016-12-15
Status: Passed on January 15, 2017
This is a replacement of the proposal started by Maksym due to problems with the discussion.
Present definitions in section 1.D.1 lack for definitions of "gearing" and "transmission".
Proposal include change definition of "Unlimited unicycle" and add definitions of used terms: "Gearing" and "Freewheel"
In section: 1.D.1
Unlimited unicycle: Multiple wheels are permitted, but only one may touch the ground and nothing else. Is human powered only. Gearing and/or a transmission are allowed.
Unlimited unicycle: Is powered, balanced and controlled by the rider only. Gearing, shiftable or not, and/or freewheel are allowed. Multiple wheels are permitted, but it must not be possible to ride the unicycle when more than one wheel touches the ground.
Gearing: Any mechanism that transfers the rotation speed of crank arms to a different rotation speed of wheel.
Freewheel: Mechanism allowing the wheel to rotate while the cranks are stationary.
Previous (closed) Discussion thread here.
- Revision 3 changed by Scott Wilton (03 Jan 11:35)
Updated to "Multiple wheels are permitted, but it must not be possible to ride the unicycle when more than one wheel touches the ground."
- Revision 2 changed by Scott Wilton (15 Dec 21:58)
Updated discussion thread link description.
- Revision 1 changed by Scott Wilton (15 Dec 21:57)
Votes on this proposal:
11 out of 17 voting members have voted.
Agree: 11, Disagree: 0, Abstain: 0.