Same way most inventions are done.
A man with an idea got together with someone who could build what he described. Later someone else thought of an improvement and found someone to build a slightly different version, which has kept happening ever since.
The earliest bicycle was a wooden scooter-like contraption called a celerifere; it was invented about 1790 by Comte Mede de Sivrac of France. In 1816, Baron Karl von Drais de Sauerbrun, of Germany, invented a model with a steering bar attached to the front wheel, which he called a Draisienne. It has two wheels (of the same size), and the rider sat between the two wheels, but there were no pedals; to move, you had to propel the bicycle forward using your feet (a bit like a scooter). He exhibited his bicycle in Paris on April 6, 1818.
The bicycle brake was invented by Browett and Harrison in 1887.
The same guy who invented the bicycle.
Baron Von Drais invented the bicycle in 1817 . hope that helps! :) :)
the bicycle was invented after the car. the car was invented in 1672 by Ferdinand and the bicycle was invented in 1817 by Baron Von Darais
The bicycle was invented in 1879. In 1888 John Dunlop created the pneumatic tire that allowed for a more comfortable bicycle to be developed.
Wheels had been around for quite some time, but they didn't become bicycle wheels until someone invented the bicycle.
the bike was invented in the 1860s
it was invented by the example of the bicycle.
John Richard Dedicoat is credited with invented the bicycle bell in 1877. Bicycle bells are usually put on the handlebars and are thumb activated.