You're probably thinking about the high-wheeler, AKA Penny-Farthing, which had a huge drive front wheel and a small rear wheel.
Kirkpatrick MacMillian invented the very first bicycle it had a big wheel at the front and a tiny wheel at the back.
that depends on where pluto is in its orbit (think of sirius as the hub of your front bike wheel, the sun as the hub of the back wheel and pluto as the valve for the back wheel inner tube) with the vast distance from the sun to sirius (8.6 light years) the percentage of how much closer it is to pluto or the sun will be tiny, but its still a measurable difference. (pluto is only about 4 light HOURS from the sun)
Well, there's the old Penny-Farthing AKA high wheeler, which had a huge front wheel and a tiny rear. Then there was the so-called 60's muscle bike, built to resemble a chopper. There was also a few mountainbikes called 96ers, with a bigger front than rear wheel. The theory being that the bigger front would make them go over obstacles easier. There's also the occasional Time Trial/triathlon bicycle with a smaller front than rear in order to improve aerodynamics.
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Use an acro bike and jump onto it
i think a bike
The Standard Kart S, the Standard Bike S, the Bit Bike, the Bullet Bike, the Tiny Titan, the Booster Seat, the Star Scooter and the Jet Bubble.
A tiny organ in a cell is called an organelle.
yes, and they are really tiny
A tiny Particle is Called an Atom.
A pawl is a tiny hinged arm, with its free end resting against a serrated surface. It can slide over the surface in one direction, but will catch on the serrations when going in the other direction. It's what makes it possible for a bike to coast.
The "tiny lines" that make up an inch on a ruler are centimeters.