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An '''autocycle''' is a motor driven cycles with pedals.  The word pre-existed the term ''moped''.
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An '''autocycle''' is a motor driven cycles with pedals.  The word pre-existed the term [[moped]].
  
 
While the term ''autocycle'' is typically applied to a specific type of bike—generally British models produced from the 1930s to the 1950s with a 98cc [[engine]]—it is also applicable to bikes with smaller engines.[http://www.autocycle.freeserve.co.uk/nacc.htm#autocycle]  In some localities, cycles with a 98cc engine can be classified as mopeds, causing further ambiguity between the two words.
 
While the term ''autocycle'' is typically applied to a specific type of bike—generally British models produced from the 1930s to the 1950s with a 98cc [[engine]]—it is also applicable to bikes with smaller engines.[http://www.autocycle.freeserve.co.uk/nacc.htm#autocycle]  In some localities, cycles with a 98cc engine can be classified as mopeds, causing further ambiguity between the two words.

Revision as of 10:07, 13 October 2006

An autocycle is a motor driven cycles with pedals. The word pre-existed the term moped.

While the term autocycle is typically applied to a specific type of bike—generally British models produced from the 1930s to the 1950s with a 98cc engine—it is also applicable to bikes with smaller engines.[1] In some localities, cycles with a 98cc engine can be classified as mopeds, causing further ambiguity between the two words.


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