Pointing devices are mice, trackballs, clickpads, and even joysticks.
The bicycle. Even though you and the bicycle are in motion the positions do not change.
It came out in 1998,even though the company came out in 1995
One term for a bicycle built for two is a tandem.
If counted, the number of daily bicycle riders would easily reach into the millions. Many of them would be outside the U.S. because a number of countries have urban areas where the primary mode of transportation is the bicycle. Hard data is difficult to come by even in the U.S., so gathering it in other countries is probably at least as difficult.
No, the pcv valve is not even close to the transmission.
You can buy a used bicycle in Hong Kong at local stores, classified ads, or even vendors on the street.
The primary purpose of a low rider bicycle is not uncommon from the purpose of a low rider vehicle. It is mostly for appearances and it's even said that low rider bikes are more difficult to operate than a normal bicycle.
The human-bicycle machine combination is the most efficient energy use in the known universe. Bicyles can be made lighter which makes them even more efficient.
If you close the discharge valve on a centrifugal pump the pump will continue spinning even though the fluid is going no where. On a positive displacement pump if you close the discharge valve the pump will come to a stop because the fluid is not moving.
Could be worn valve guides ,crankcase filter plugged or bad rings Hope this helps
Bike? ...but mine's name is Ed, and that's even shorter.
Metals, plastic, maybe even a wooden handle.
Apart from the earliest bicycle-like objects, which had wooden wheels, maybe even with steel rims, bicycles have always has tires. Solid ones, either rubber or even leather were used. Inflatable tires were invented by a John Dunlop.
The valve seat or washer on the main valve are not seating/sealing properly.
If the shut off valve handle makes a full turn or more, it has a washer in it. The washer can come off the stem and be blocking the line. If the fill valve in the tank is in corner of the tank with a float that rides up and down a shaft, there is a washer in the top of it that can become stiff or blocked with minerals and stop the flow.
I doubt it...Definitely not. Most people struggle to even purchase a bicycle.
The answer is Yes.
Yes, finger pointing is considered to be rude. If you must 'point out' something use polite and brief hand gestures, a nod of your head in the direction of the person or object, or even a glance with your eyes.
Bicycle riding- even on a stationary bicycle - will offer a good, low impact cardio workout. As long as the boredom doesn't kill you, and as long it does get you decently sweaty and winded, it will be a good exercise. Or at least better than not doing it.
He was famous for Inventing stuff. He invented the helicopter and tank and even the bicycle.
Legally never.If the bicycle lane is marked, you may not drive in, or even partially in, that lane. However you may cross it when making turns or when pulling into parking spaces or driveways. However - REMEMBER - bicycles are legal vehicles on the roadway - always be certain that you are not interfering with bicycle traffic when doing so.
Acceleration only depends on the direction of the applied force and is independent of the velocity of the object, so gravity is always pointing down.
Even a good EGR valve may cause an engine to stall in hot weather.
Rust is iron-oxide. A bicycle is often made of steel which contains iron. When the iron comes into contact with the oxygen that is in air (and even more so in water), the iron and oxygen combine to make iron-oxide.