Canada Cycle & Motor Co. Ltd. or CCM, was founded in 1899 after the collapse of the bicycle market. Established "when the operations of four major Canadian bicycle manufacturers amalgamated: H. A. Lozier, Massey-Harris, Goold, and Welland Vale Manufacturing," ** CCM produced bicycles for many years in the area of Weston, Toronto, Ontario. They also briefly produced an automobile. ...more on Wikipedia about "CCM (bicycle manufacturer)"
A hub motor is an internal combustion or electric motor built into the hub of a wheel. They are commonly found on motorized bicycles. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hub motor"
A motorized bicycle is a bicycle with an attached motor used to assist with pedaling. Generally considered as a vehicle, sometimes as a motor vehicle or a class of hybrid vehicle, motorized bicycles are usually powered by electric motors or small internal combustion engines. Some can be propelled by the motor alone if the rider chooses not to pedal, while in others the motor will only run if the the rider pedals. Different regulatory authorities use a variety of names and classifications . ...more on Wikipedia about "Motorized bicycle"
This timeline of motorized bicycle history is a summary of the major events in the development and use of motorized bicycles and tricycles, which are defined as pedal cycles with motor assistance but which can be powered by pedals alone. ...more on Wikipedia about "Timeline of motorized bicycle history"
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