Bicycle development history:
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The first truly practical bicycles appeared in the early 19th century. In 1817, the German Dries invented a wooden two-wheeled bicycle with handlebars in Paris, France. After the advent of the bicycle, it quickly became a popular means of transportation for Europeans at that time. In the 19th century, some Europeans also conceived some ideal bicycle pictures.
In the early stages of the invention of the bicycle, it was thought that the larger the wheel the faster the speed, and two men were riding a bicycle with a wheel almost as high as one person.
In the invention phase of the bicycle, some people did not design the two wheels of the bicycle to be placed front and back, but made the two wheels to be placed left and right. The appearance of this bicycle is somewhat similar to that of a wheelchair.
In 2012, China had exercise bikes with dual power for hands and feet. While riding, the bike can push and pull the handlebars to obtain forward driving force, realizing the perfect combination of fitness and mobility. Because of the push and pull handlebars, the waist, abdomen, legs, chest, arms and other body muscles can be effectively exercised during riding. Opened a new era in bicycle history.
Folding Technology Alliance
With the development of society, the requirements for the R&D and technical expertise of bicycle products are getting higher and higher. In 2011, many well-known domestic bicycle lithium electric vehicle companies R&D or technical departments communicated with each other. It is believed that under the current situation, the industry Everyone needs to unite and cooperate, exchange and learn from each other, and learn from each other, so that enterprises and individuals can have a long-term and healthy development. Under the strong request of everyone, the China Bicycle Technology Alliance was established in response to the situation. It is composed of many well-known bicycle lithium electric vehicle companies in China with more than 8 years of industry experience. Heads of R&D or technical departments participate in the creation together, and through extensive contact with outstanding professionals in the industry, strengthen technical exchanges and cooperation, reflect everyone's value within the company and promote the healthy development of the entire industry.
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In November of the seventh year of Tongzhi in the Qing Dynasty (1868), several bicycles were shipped from Europe to Shanghai for the first time. They were used as recreational means of recreation for people to ride on the car and lead the car on tiptoe.
In the 13th year of Tongzhi, the Frenchman Mira brought a rickshaw from Japan to Shanghai. This kind of car was called "Oriental car", because it was yellow, it was also called "rickshaw" and became a means of transportation. Subsequently, rickshaw repairing, renting, and selling industries emerged in Shanghai.
After the eleventh year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty (1885), British merchants such as Jardine Matheson, German merchants Zenchen, French merchants Likang and other foreign companies listed bicycles and parts as "hardware and groceries" and imported them into Shanghai. By the end of the 19th century, there were extensive markets in Shanghai. .
In the 23rd year of Guangxu, the people who used to set up stalls to repair horse-drawn carriages and rickshaws chose the site at No. 604, Nanjing Road (now Nanjing East Road), Shanghai, and opened Tongchang Bicycle Shop to sell bicycles and spare parts.
In the twenty-sixth year of Guangxu, there were six or seven car dealers in Shanghai, including Huimin and Cao Shuntai, which sold rickshaws, horse-drawn carriages and bicycle parts for repairs.
In the 4th year of the Republic of China (1915), there were nearly 20 bicycle shops in Shanghai. After the end of the First World War, the post and telecommunications industry developed and bicycles became a means of transportation for postmen. The demand for bicycles increased sharply. A number of bicycle shops were opened in the urban area, forming a bicycle sales network centered on Laozha District (now Huangpu District). .
Due to industrial characteristics and labor cost factors, the global bicycle manufacturing industry has shifted to countries and regions with industrial manufacturing advantages dominated by China in the past 15 years. At present, China has become the world's largest bicycle production base, with more than 500 vehicle manufacturers and more than 700 manufacturers of spare parts, respectively. The main bases of the world's top five manufacturers are all in China.
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