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Bayliss Thomas
Bayliss Thomas
In 1879 Bayliss Thomas was the climax of ordinary bicycle beauty and was the most complete model to date. The Bayliss Thomas actively incorporated a variety of new technologies to provide a more comfortable ride and achieve faster speeds. With this model, the once solid steel frame was replaced by hollow tubing including the front fork. This ordinary employed plain bearings in the wheel axles and achieved a weight of only 22 kg with the use of radial spokes, rubber pedals, and other light-weight innovations.