American bottom brackets can be recognized because they have the largest bearing cups you'll find, and the crank that fits into them is a one-piece design (it's also called an Ashtabula crank). This type of BB is usually found on entry-level bicycles. To take this BB apart, you need to first remove the left pedal (turn it clockwise to remove it). Then you can easily take the American BB apart with plumber's pliers. Euro bottom brackets are the smallest and usually the lightest style of bottom bracket. You use BB tools to remove the crankarms and remove the BB cups from the frame so that you can service the bearings.
Mid bottom brackets are a press-fit design, which means you can press in and pull the bearings out with your hands. These BBs use medium-size bearings and are found typically on high-end bikes. Spanish bottom brackets were invented by a company called Fly bikes. They use the Mid bottom bracket design and reduce the size of the bearings, thus reducing weight a bit. They share the press-fit design for easy assembly/disassembly. Spanish BBs are favored by pro BMXers.
In chess tournaments they try to have like leveled players playing each other in the first round so this would make first round match-ups look like 1v2 3v4 5v6 and 7v8. With losers feeding into the losers bracket and winners advancing to eventually meet the survivor of the losers bracket.In single elimination tournaments the higher seeds usually play the lower seeds such as 1v8 2v7 3v6 and 4v5. I think most double elimination tournaments follow this format. In the double elimination brackets I created I followed this format and tried to randomize things so players in the losers bracket would be less likely to meet up with the person who put them in the losers bracket in the first place. Go to my website bracketman.com for pre-printed brackets for 3 to 13 teams. These brackets are in Microsoft Excel and Apple Numbers format and auto-populate the seeds into the bracket as you enter them. It's a free download and requires no registration. Enjoy!
A seed is a preliminary ranking that can be used in arranging a sports tournament. It is called a seed because of the analogy with plants where the seed might grow into a top rank at the end of that tournament, or might instead wither away. Players/teams are 'planted' into the bracket in a manner that is typically intended so that the best don't meet until later in the competition. The term 'seed' was first used in tennis and is based on the idea of laying out a tournament ladder by arranging slips of paper with the names of players on them the way seeds or seedlings are arranged in a garden: smaller plants up front, larger ones behind.
If we look at a regular bike, it has two wheels, and each has an axle. The bottom bracket is also a wheel and axle assembly. The crank arms and/or chain ring are the wheel, and they're mounted to an axle. Lastly, the steering tube (some call them "forks") qualifies as a wheel and axle as it rotates in the headset. Just because it doesn't turn all the way around doesn't mean that the principle doesn't apply. And consider the freestyle bikes that have a steering tube that does spin in the headset. In parting and on a related note, we should consider the full suspension bikes. That rear suspension assembly is actually a lever, as it has a pivot point on the frame with the shock as the fulcrum. There is a whole world of very basic and interesting physics in the bicycle. And it can be as simple or as complex as your analysis will permit it. When you get to the physics of the spinning wheel, the gyroscope, it can really be fun.
robert g josephberg from yonkers,ny did it 10,500 times at age 7 in front of hundreds of onlookers at John Wanamakers Department store in the cross county shopping center, in Yonkers , NY> this record has never been broken!he had to stop because the department store was closing for the evening. This was done on September 18, 1957. Multiple newspapers and TV stations both locally and nationally carried the story> in fact , the Daily Mirror based in NYC carried the story on page 3> This was during the hula hoop craze> Boy could that kid swivel his hips. he had previously set the record in the Bronx at over 3,000 hoops when it caught the eyes of John Wanamakers Department Store who officially set up a ring along with newspapers and cameramen who came to view this history making fun event> Just imagine if he had more time and the store was not closing .Imagine doing this at age 7 and in fact , he also ate lunch at the same time while doing this . Boy was he good. Maybe in his age bracket the best hula hooper ever.. For his accomplishment John Wanamakers gave him 2 bicycles , one for himself and one for his younger sister Nancy Josephberg !
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a bracket fungi looks like candy because it eats candy, but a Binweed does not.
The difference is a bracket is more like adding in extra information , a dash however is more like a comma in a complex sentence/clause .
( ) is a<x<b, ( ] is a<x<=b, [ ) is a<=x<b, [ ] is a<=x<=b. If there is no [ or solid bracket then there isn't a filled in dot, meaning that that number is not included. There is only a filled in dot when there is a solid bracket.
19mm or 22mm
no spanish bearings are smaller than mids so it wont fit into the frame
The angled bracket refers to the dot product between a and b.
I believe they should be struts, not shocks. The only difference is where the bracket is for the brake line, the strut itself is the same.