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Transcript of Product Innovation
and Scott Morgan 7th Period The Bicycle was invented sometime in the 1860s. When was the product invented? Baron Von Drais invented the first bicycle. Who invented the product? Pierre and Ernest Michaux were also known for inventing a bicycle. Existing Patents? The original bicycle was made out of wood and the joints reinforced with steel. What materials were used to make the original product? The original bicycle's joints were reinforced with steel. The steering bar was attached to the front wheel. There were no pedals, but there were two wheels. How was the product originally made? Pedals have been added over time and more chains to the bike have been added. Also it has become safer for children to ride. What improvements have been made on the product? They were made to make the product safer, easier to ride, and safe enough for kids to ride. Why were these improvements made? Everyone can use it. Mostly competitive bikers and kids. Also people use it if they don't have enough money for a car. Who uses the product? Bicycles have become very affordable for people. It is an effortless way to get exercise and doesn't use fossil fuels. What is the global impact on society of the invention and subsequent innovations? Built in GPS and rust free. What would you change about the product? Citations Brown, Sheldon. "Frame Materials for the Touring Cyclist." John Allen, Aug. 2010. Web. 04 Sept. 2012. Bellis, Mary. "History of the Bicycle." About.com, 2012. Web. 04 Sept. 2012. Hudson, William. "Myths and Milestone in Bicycle Evolution." John H Lienhard, 2012. Web. 04 Sept. 2012. A Quick History of Bicycles." Pedaling History Bicycle Museum, n.d. Web. 04 Sept. 2012.