Without a chain.

A chainless bicycle transmits power to the driven wheel through a mechanism other than a metal chain.

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  • Chainless — war ein französischer Hersteller von Automobilen. Unternehmensgeschichte Das Unternehmen SA des Voitures Légères Chainless aus Paris begann 1900 mit der Produktion von Automobilen. 1903 wurde die Produktion eingestellt. Fahrzeuge Anfangs gab es… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Chainless — Chain less (ch[=a]n l[e^]s), a. Having no chain; not restrained or fettered. The chainless mind. Byron. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Chainless — The Chainless was a French automobile manufactured from 1900 to 1903 in Paris by SA des Voitures Légère Chainless. The cars used Abeille or Buchet engines of 10, 16, and 20 cv, were shaft driven voiturettes. References David Burgess Wise, The New …   Wikipedia

  • chainless — chain·less || tʃeɪnlɪs adj. unfettered, not in chains; free of restraint …   English contemporary dictionary

  • chainless — chain·less …   English syllables

  • chainless — ˈchānlə̇s adjective : being without a chain …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chainless bicycle — A chainless bicycle is a bicycle that transmits power to the driven wheel through a mechanism other than a metal chain. Examples: Directly driven ordinary bicycle (see Penny farthing) Shaft driven bicycle Belt driven bicycle Hydraulic bicycle… …   Wikipedia

  • chain — chainless, adj. chainlike, adj. /chayn/, n. 1. a series of objects connected one after the other, usually in the form of a series of metal rings passing through one another, used either for various purposes requiring a flexible tie with high… …   Universalium

  • Germain (Auto) — Germain 6 CV von 1900 Germain ist ein ehemaliger Hersteller von Automobilen aus Monceau sur Sambre, Belgien, der zwischen 1897 und 1914 tätig war. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Firmengeschichte 2 Die Modelle …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ateliers Germain — Emblem Germain 6 CV von 1900 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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