Prodection details :
1.Length: 552mm ,750mm ,1M,2M or other
2.Parts includes: 1.6mm or 1.8mm galvanized 1*19 steel cable +5.0mm PE black housing ,cable total length about 552mm . One part housing about 200mm .
Both sides with zinc nipples ,other parts with adjustable screws , copper caps ,etc
3. Application for bike mountain bike road bike motorcycle bike BMX bike throttle machine clutch machine use baby carriage wheel chair
Place of Origin: Guangdong, China (Mainland)
Model Number: Bowden Brake Cable
Inner diameter: 1.0mm-3.0mm
Kits include: steel wire+outer casing +end accessories
Coil shell: carbon steel brake cable
Application: automobile,brake cable,control cable
Car Make: Motorcycle, biscycle
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On January 29, 1886, German Kohl Benz obtained the patent right for the world's first car, which meant that the world's first car was born.
Motorsports is a sport of racing speed, driving skills and vehicle performance in closed fields, on roads or in the wild. The earliest racing races were carried out on highways between cities. Many drivers died because of the great dangers of road races, so professional race tracks came into being.
The first official racing race in history was held in Paris, France, on April 20, 1887. It was hosted by the French "Car" magazine. However, there was only one person in the competition, Joelki Bouton, who was also driven by him. The four-seater steam car at the time ran from Paris to Nouiy along the Seine.
In 1888, the French "Auto" magazine organized a car race again. The distance was from Nouiy to Berce, with a total length of 20km. As a result, Bouton, who drove a Divin three-wheeler, won the championship. The second and last place was For the driver of the Selporo steam car. The world’s first long-distance car road race using gasoline cars was jointly organized by the French Automobile Club and the newspaper "Pruci Jeroire" on June 11, 1895. The distance was from Paris to Bordeaux. The round trip is 1178km.
In the subsequent car races, in order to prevent the cars from raising the dust in the wild and affecting the sight of the drivers behind, causing casualties, the car races were gradually changed to closed roads and tracks. This is the embryonic form of the car race. . The earliest auto track race was held in Providence, USA in 1896. In order to attract more people to participate in the car race and make the race more exciting and challenging, the French city of Le Mans held the first real venue car grand prix in 1905.
In 1903, the Ford Motor Company of the United States created a "999" race car equipped with a 4-cylinder 60kw gasoline engine, which won the championship in one fell swoop, setting a speed of 146.9km/h.
In 1909, the car speed exceeded the 200km/h mark, and the German Mercedes-Benz set a record of 202.7km/h. In the 1930s, the maximum speed of cars reached 500km/h.
In 1964, the Americans creatively installed a jet engine on billions of rear-wheel drive "Bluebird II" racing cars, and the speed reached an incredible "dangerous speed"-648.6km/h. The following year's On November 13, in Utah, USA, this record was rewritten to 658.53km/h. Since then, no one has rewritten this record with gasoline engines or wheel-driven cars.
On October 23, 1970, a special vehicle "Blue Flame" propelled by a jet engine set a historic speed record of 1001.63km/h on the Salt Lake Runway in Utah, USA, breaking the 1000km/h mark for the first time.