VELO ENTERPRISE CO., LTD.
|VELO ENTERPRISE CO., LTD. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140319717||METHODS FOR PRODUCING BICYCLE SADDLES - A method for producing a bicycle saddle including a cover, a shell and a filler. The method is carried out by a mold including upper part with a male portion and a lower part with a female portion, which are pin-jointed together. The method comprises the steps of preheating the mold to a predetermined temperature; opening the mold; treating a layer of release agent onto the surfaces of the male portion and the female portion; spraying a first layer of a first plastic material onto the surface of the female portion treated with the layer of release agent to form a cover; coupling a shell to the male portion; pouring a second layer of a second plastic material onto the female portion; closing the mold and holding it in the closed position a period of time to form the filler; opening the mold to remove the finished saddle.||10-30-2014|
|20140265466||SHELL FOR SADDLES OR SEATS OF VEHICLES - A shell or support with a holding portion is provided for combining a saddle or seat of vehicles. The shell comprises a top surface, a bottom surface, a front end and a rear end. The contour of the shell includes a narrow front portion and a wide rear portion which are arranged in order from the front end to the rear end. The holding portion is disposed on the bottom surface and near the rear end. Thus, when the shell is assembled with other parts to form a saddle or seat, the vehicle with such a saddle can be easily removed when being unridden.||09-18-2014|
|20130229037||BASE FOR A BICYCLE SADDLE - A base for a bicycle saddle comprises a load-bearing panel body and a rim surrounding the panel body. The rim includes a plurality of sections. One of said sections has a strip-shaped opening so that the section is more flexible than any other place of the rim.||09-05-2013|
|20120234130||HANDLEBAR GRIP - A handlebar grip includes an outer tube, an inner tube extending inside the outer tube, and an annular space defined between the inner and outer tubes for receiving therein a bicycle handlebar. The inner tube has guide slots and an inner guide surface having a gradually decreased diameter. Through a threadedly connecting structure a wedge-shaped member is threaded with a bolt extending into the outer tube in a way that ribs of the wedge-shaped member are inserted in the guide slots of the inner tube respectively. When the bolt is gradually tightened up to drive the wedge-shaped member to move into the inner tube, a circumferential surface of the wedge-shaped member, which is configured to be matched with the inner guide surface of the inner tube, will squeeze the inner tube to expand outwardly so as to clamp the bicycle handlebar between the inner and outer tubes.||09-20-2012|
|20090193632||ACCESSORY CONNECTING MEANS FOR BICYCLE SADDLE - An accessory connecting means for a bicycle saddle includes a first connecting member, a second connecting member and a latching apparatus. The first connecting member includes a fixing portion for fixation to the bicycle saddle, and a first engaging portion extending downward from a lower side of the fixing portion. The second connecting member includes a coupling portion removably coupled with the accessory, and a second engaging portion extending upwardly from an upper side of the coupling portion to releasably engage with the first engaging portion. The latching apparatus is disposed between the first and second engaging portions in such a way that the first and second engaging portions can be interlocked with each other at the time of engagement and quickly released from each other at the time of disengagement.||08-06-2009|
|20080246245||BASEW FOR A BICYCLE SADDLE - A base for a bicycle saddle includes a body having a narrow anterior portion, a wider posterior portion, a longitudinal axis dividing the body into a right portion and a left portion, and an opening extending along the longitudinal axis of the body. Two supporting plates extend respectively and downwardly from the underside of each of the portions of the body in such a way that two cushion means are defined under the body. A coupling member is disposed on a free end of each of the supporting plates and corresponds to the opening to define an open receiving room between the two supporting plates for receiving means for coupling the base to a bicycle frame.||10-09-2008|
Patent applications by VELO ENTERPRISE CO., LTD.