Difference between revisions of "Pedal"

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The word '''pedal''' comes from the Latin (Pes, Pedis) and relates to the foot.
 
The word '''pedal''' comes from the Latin (Pes, Pedis) and relates to the foot.
  
A pedal is a lever activated by one's foot. These devices are attached to a crank and powered by one's feet to promote locomotion. Pedals are commonly found on bicycles, tricycles, Big Wheels, and [[moped]]s.
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A pedal is a lever activated by one's foot. These devices are attached to a crank and powered by one's feet to promote locomotion. Pedals are commonly found on [[bicycle]]s, tricycles, Big Wheels, and [[moped]]s.

Revision as of 21:35, 29 August 2006

The word pedal comes from the Latin (Pes, Pedis) and relates to the foot.

A pedal is a lever activated by one's foot. These devices are attached to a crank and powered by one's feet to promote locomotion. Pedals are commonly found on bicycles, tricycles, Big Wheels, and mopeds.