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  Daniel Rudge - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Daniel Rudge (1840–June 26, 1880) was a British engineer who built high-end bicycles and velocipedes.
In the years before John Dunlop invented the pneumatic tire, Rudge addressed the rough ride by producing a four-bladed, spring-suspended fork in 1887.
Rudge and Co. which in 1894 became Rudge Whitworth Cycles.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Daniel_Rudge   (186 words)

  
 1887 Rudge Catalog - Tall Bike R2 Rudge Reproduction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
With the Rudge spoke it will be seen at a glance that it is unequalled for simplicity of construction, rigidity, and ease of replacing in case of breakage.
The front part of the spring is similar to the ordinary Rudge spring, having a slot in it of some two inches in length, to allow for adjustment, and running right under the saddle to the coil springs behind, upon which it tests and slides.
In summing up the points of the superiority of the Rudge Light Roadster for 1887, we wish to say that this wheel combines lightness, strength, and speed; but is not, in any sense of the word, the light roadster that which some manufactures build, and are only to be used on smooth roads.
www.tallbike.com /tall/87rudge.html   (2990 words)

  
 The Rudge Family
Daniel Rudge also travelled to Paris and Lyons to observe the French cycling scene and to take part in some of the races.
Rudge’s widow Mary with the assistance of Walter Phillips arranged the sale of the Rudge cycle concern to George Woodcock of Coventry.
Daniel was buried in Merridale Cemetery on 30th June 1880 and so his body must have been brought up to Wolverhampton by train.
www.localhistory.scit.wlv.ac.uk /genealogy/Rudge/RudgeFamily.htm   (1298 words)

  
 The Last Record
The Rudge name must surely be about the most prestigious to ever grace a humble autocycle, and here we have a most impressive de Luxe example to honour today's test.
Rudge must have been among the very first customers getting the JDL motor, and all their autocycles were fitted with them.
The Norman Rudges were really only an exercise to build out component stocks, and it is quite possible these last few Rudge autocycles could have become hybrids, as out of necessity to finish, some may have included a number of Norman fittings.
www.users.globalnet.co.uk /~pattle/nacc/arc0443.htm   (1538 words)

  
 Wheelman Martin Cvrcek   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
This type of bicycle produced by RUDGE & Co. in 1882-1889 in Coventry.
Rudge's cycles soon gained a reputation locally for fast starts at races and thus became extremely popular.
As a result of this success, Rudge machines were often handicapped 20-30 yards (18 to 27 meters) behind the other racers.
www.mujweb.cz /sport/cvrcekm/uk/index_uk.htm   (172 words)

  
 Genealogy Data Page 689 (Notes Pages)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Daniel and Mary's children are unrecorded as they were most probably baptised at Otterden, one of the parishes which did not keep proper records during the hiatus.
Daniel is an unusual name and any that can be located one would think were related to this family.
Daniel, himself, died in February, 1717/8 and is then described as a householder in the Stalisfield register.
homepage.ntlworld.com /kevin.young7/n_2b0.html   (673 words)

  
 Katzwerk - Antique Bicycles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The Rudge is a Light Roadster model built in 1885 by Daniel Rudge and Co. of Coventry, England.
The Rudge has tangential spokes, ball bearing to the front driver and rear trailer, hollow, tapered tubing, hollow felloes (rims), cow horn handlebars with spade grips, Rudge's famous ball pedals, and a Harrington step.
I purchased the Rudge in 1987 from a bicycle collector in Concord, Massachusetts.
www.katzwerk.com /cycles.htm   (172 words)

  
 Archived News: Mallinson Institute for Science Education
Dave Rudge was an invited speaker for a regional conference on Units of Historical Presentation in the Science Classroom held at the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada Dec 9-10, 2005.
Paster Daniel Cunningham, Larry Oppliger and Bishop James Bailey, members of the social action group ISAAC, were featured in the Kalamazoo Gazette on September 24, 2005.
Rudge has been selected by the Michigan Science Teachers Association Awards Committee as a Finalist for the 2005 MSTA College Teacher of the Year.
www.wmich.edu /~science/archives2005.htm   (1090 words)

  
 The JPost - Casualties of War
Earlier, Canadian-born Lt. Daniel Mandel, 24, of Alon Shvut, was killed and another soldier moderately wounded during an operation to arrest Hamas and Tanzim fugitives in Nablus.
By late afternoon, Daniel’s body lay in a flag-draped wood coffin, in the center of his hometown of Alon Shvut, where people had known him as a charismatic, funny, musical young man devoted to his country and Judaism.
Daniel turned him down, but called late that night, somewhat drunk, to apologize and suggested he join him at a friend’s.
info.jpost.com /C002/Supplements/CasualtiesOfWar/2003_04_15.html   (2041 words)

  
 City Centre Blue Plaques
Daniel Gooch, the company's Locomotive Superintendent at Swindon resigned in 1864 and he was replaced by Joseph who moved to Swindon to be replaced at Wolverhampton by his brother George.
Daniel Rudge was landlord of the Tiger's Head in Church Street.
Charles Pelham Villiers (1802-1898) was a member of Parliament for sixty three years, and holds the record for being the longest serving MP in Parliamentary history.
www.localhistory.scit.wlv.ac.uk /plaques/DarlingtonStreet.htm   (862 words)

  
 Modern daredevils perfect 19th-century bicycle balancing act - June 28, 2004
The one he rode on a recent sunny Saturday afternoon was made by Daniel Rudge of Coventry, England, in 1886.
Serfass bought his Rudge from a man in Ohio who, at a somewhat advanced age, fell off his highwheel.
The man’s wife said he was done with it, Serfass said, and he was able to snap it up at an auction where prices run between $5,000 to $10,000.
archive.dailyitem.com /archive/2004/0628/fea/stories/05fea.htm   (1149 words)

  
 Coachbult.com - Brownell & Burt
Daniel L Brownell and George H. Burt were the founders of Taunton's largest carriage maker, Brownell and Burt.
In 1928 they built an ambulance for the Salem, Massachusetts Police Department, this time on a brand-new 150" Rudge wire-wheel equipped Lincoln chassis.
Daniel L Brownell - founder (Eugene H. Brownell - also worked there, probably his son - had same home address)
www.coachbuilt.com /bui/b/brownell_burt/brownell_burt.htm   (492 words)

  
 OLY-Talking-Athletes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The program will also allow athletes to explain to the public the kind of funding they need to make their Olympic dream reality.
"The voices of Daniel Igali or Lori-Ann Muenzer speaking about the needs of a sport or an athlete is a hell of a lot more powerful than mine," Rudge said.
Rudge believe making athletes more visible to the public can pave the way for some real changes to the sports structure in Canada.
www.recorder.ca /cp/ogames/050607/o060715A.html   (541 words)

  
 THE FREDERICK WARDE COLLECTION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Warde married Beatrice Lamberton Becker and though they would eventually divorce, as Beatrice Warde, his ex-wife achieved her own fame in the typographic world.
To view a design process in a flow of continuity reveals the dedication FW brought to all of his works.
Design projects for Princeton University Press, The Printing House of William Rudge, the Limited Editions Club, The Pleiad, Watch Hill Press and Oxford University Press are represented.
www.grolierclub.org /LibraryAMC.WardeCollection.htm   (3839 words)

  
 GENUKI: Marriages at Cam, Gloucestershire
The names of the parties married are not written by them anywhere, and there are no names of witnesses.
This Marriage is entered in the Transcript.] Daniel FARMILO, p.
The last numbered entry is No 106.] Daniel KING & Sarah BALL 21 Mar. 1768 [The ink of this entry is yellow and much faded.] Samuel CURTIS & Ann WORKMAN, lic.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/GLS/Cam/CAM-MAR3.html   (2023 words)

  
 Bown Motes
Did William Bown or Dan Rudge invent the ball-bearing race?
A formal agreement in July 1878 acknowledged Hughes as the originator of the race:
Rudge agreed to pay two shillings and sixpence royalties for every pair of bearings sold whether under Hughes's or his own patents.
www.users.globalnet.co.uk /~pattle/nacc/arc0094.htm   (1982 words)

  
 Talking to Charles Dickens   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Dickens's Answers > Dickens's Novels > Barnaby Rudge
As I wrote to my friend Daniel Maclise on 12 March 1841, while I was at work on early chapters of Barnaby Rudge, my raven was ailing for several days after swallowing some paint.
The children, I grieve to say, seem rather glad, as he bit their ankles.
www.talkingto.co.uk /ttcd/html/ttcd_answ.asp?quesID=475&CatID=98   (105 words)

  
 Scores -> 2002 -> CDN Hickstead, England
Daniel Sherriff - Bayford Hall Borris - 64.87%
Daniel Sherriff - Bayford Hall Borris - 63.73%
Daniel Sherriff - Bayford Hall Borris - 68.08%
www.eurodressage.com /scores/2002/hickstead.html   (80 words)

  
 Daniel Peacock   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Discuss this person with other users on IMDb message board for Daniel Peacock
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uk.imdb.com /name/nm0668766   (150 words)

  
 Find in a Library: Some aspects of printing, old and new
Find in a Library: Some aspects of printing, old and new
by Daniel Berkeley Updike; Bruce Rogers; William Edwin Rudge (Firm); Merrymount Press.
To find this item in a library, enter a postal code, state, province, or country in the field above.
www.worldcatlibraries.org /wcpa/ow/4ada8dd73e550542.html   (74 words)

  
 Names Index Page
Blyth, Arthur Daniel (8 SEP 1854-27 FEB 1884)
Pyke, Martha Emma (28 MAY 1849-16 OCT 1885)
Rudge, Nona Eleanor (4 AUG 1925-1 MAY 1960)
www.minorbob.net /20040501/names1.html   (549 words)

  
 Dissent in the Counties of Glamorgan and Monmouth
1818, April 25; Protestant (endorsed; Baptist); the dwelling house of William RUDGE, farmer; the said William RUDGE, Jacob WATKINS, James HUGHES, David WILLIAMS, William LEWIS; No 226.
1828 December 11; Baptist; a dwelling house in the occupation of Wiliam GODWIN situated at Llanfoist near Abergavenny; Charles EVANS, Seth EVANS, J WYKE, John DANIEL, J JENKINS, James DANIEL; No 325.
1812, November 20; Presbyterian; a dwelling house and schoolroom thereto attached situated at Yns y Bont in the occupation of William MORGAN, schoolmaster; the said William MORGAN, Daniel DAVIES, John LEWIS, John JONES, Chris.
members.tripod.com /~Caryl_Williams/Dissent.html   (6953 words)

  
 Fasting for Sensitivity and Power - By: Bill Rudge - Christianbook.com
Fasting for Sensitivity and Power - By: Bill Rudge - Christianbook.com
Practicing the ancient Biblical principles of fasting contained in this booklet greatly impacted Bill Rudge's life and ministry.
Read it to discover how fasting can be of benefit to your spiritual life as well.
www.christianbook.com /Christian/Books/product?item_no=9809055   (303 words)

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