CA2519333A1 - Winter recreational vehicle - Google Patents

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CA2519333A1
CA2519333A1 CA002519333A CA2519333A CA2519333A1 CA 2519333 A1 CA2519333 A1 CA 2519333A1 CA 002519333 A CA002519333 A CA 002519333A CA 2519333 A CA2519333 A CA 2519333A CA 2519333 A1 CA2519333 A1 CA 2519333A1
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B62LAND VEHICLES FOR TRAVELLING OTHERWISE THAN ON RAILS
    • B62BHAND-PROPELLED VEHICLES, e.g. HAND CARTS OR PERAMBULATORS; SLEDGES
    • B62B13/00Sledges with runners
    • B62B13/02Sledges with runners characterised by arrangement of runners
    • B62B13/06Sledges with runners characterised by arrangement of runners arranged in two or more parallel lines
    • B62B13/08Sledges with runners characterised by arrangement of runners arranged in two or more parallel lines with steering devices
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B62LAND VEHICLES FOR TRAVELLING OTHERWISE THAN ON RAILS
    • B62BHAND-PROPELLED VEHICLES, e.g. HAND CARTS OR PERAMBULATORS; SLEDGES
    • B62B15/00Other sledges; Ice boats or sailing sledges
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B62LAND VEHICLES FOR TRAVELLING OTHERWISE THAN ON RAILS
    • B62MRIDER PROPULSION OF WHEELED VEHICLES OR SLEDGES; POWERED PROPULSION OF SLEDGES OR SINGLE-TRACK CYCLES; TRANSMISSIONS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR SUCH VEHICLES
    • B62M27/00Propulsion devices for sledges or the like
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B62LAND VEHICLES FOR TRAVELLING OTHERWISE THAN ON RAILS
    • B62MRIDER PROPULSION OF WHEELED VEHICLES OR SLEDGES; POWERED PROPULSION OF SLEDGES OR SINGLE-TRACK CYCLES; TRANSMISSIONS SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR SUCH VEHICLES
    • B62M27/00Propulsion devices for sledges or the like
    • B62M27/02Propulsion devices for sledges or the like power driven
    • B62M2027/021Snow bikes resembling conventional motorcycles

Abstract

This invention is an improved snow type recreational vehicle which comprises a frame mounted upon front and rear ski members, a steering assembly, a seat, a pair of foot pedals and a drive mechanism for propulsion. A front end of the bike frame is mounted upon a singular front ski member, and the rear of the frame is mounted upon dual rear ski members. A
drive mechanism is used for effecting propulsion of the vehicle, the drive mechanism comprising a front wheel and a rear wheel which are each mounted underneath the seat on the frame, the rear wheel being joined by a drive chain to a pedal sprocket fitted freely about an axle of the front wheel. The pedal sprocket is fitted with a pair of pedals for use by a user in powering movement of the vehicle, and an axle of the rear wheel possesses a plurality of paddles connected thereto for engaging a snow surface, whereby when the user effects use of the pedals, each of the plurality of paddles rotate about the axle of the rear wheel to sequentially engage the snow surface and propel the vehicle across the snow surface.

Description

WINTER RECREATIONALVEHICLE
This invention relates to a vehicle particularly adapted for use, although not exclusively, on snow or ice. More particularly, it relates to a type of winter sports vehicle which permits the rider to sit on the vehicle and yet steer as well as brake the same in a manner similar to the control that a skier has over skis, while also enabling the user to provide power to the vehicle similar that a user would have over a bicycle.
FIELD OF THE INVENTION
Previous snow bike type vehicles, such as the type described in U.S Patent No.
3,682,495 (Zaimi) can provide for devices able to effect movement across snow or ice surfaces in a manner similar to that of a skier. However, devices such as this are designed for downhill travel along sloped surfaces, and lack the means for effecting continuous, user controlled movement of the vehicle across substantially horizontal surfaces. Thus, there is a need for an improved self-propelled, bicycle-like snow type recreational vehicle for use, primarily, in snow or the like, the motion of which is controlled in a manner similar to the way a skier may control his motion, while also enabling the user to provide power to the vehicle similar that a user would have over a bicycle, therein overcoming the abovementioned drawback.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
The object of the present invention is to provide an improved relatively safe snow type recreational vehicle which is usable in snow, or on ice, in the same manner as skis, or in a manner similar to a snowmobile or the like, while permitting the user to sit down, while maintaining complete control of the vehicle at all times.
Another object of the present invention is to provide an improved self-propelled, bicycle-like snow type recreational vehicle for use, primarily, in snow or the like, the motion of which is controlled in a manner similar to the way a skier may control his motion.

According to one aspect of the present invention, there is provided a snow-type recreational vehicle comprising a frame mounted upon a front ski member and rear ski members; a steering assembly connected to the frame, the steering assembly being attached to the front ski member; a seat mounted on the frame; and a drive mechanism for effecting propulsion of the vehicle, the drive mechanism comprising a front wheel and a rear wheel which are each mounted underneath the seat on the frame, the rear wheel being joined by a drive chain to a pedal sprocket fitted freely about an axle of the front wheel, said pedal sprocket fitted with a pair of pedals for use by a user in powering movement of the vehicle, and an axle of the rear wheel having a plurality of paddles connected thereto for engaging a snow surface, whereby when the user effects use of the pedals, each of the plurality of paddles rotate about the axle of the rear wheel to sequentially engage the snow surface and propel the vehicle across the snow surface.
According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a snow-type recreational vehicle comprising a frame mounted upon a front ski member and rear ski members, wherein a front end of the frame is mounted upon the front ski member, and a rear of the frame is mounted upon the rear ski members; a steering assembly connected to the frame, the steering assembly being attached to the front ski member; a seat mounted on the frame;
and a drive mechanism for effecting propulsion of the vehicle, the drive mechanism comprising a front wheel and a rear wheel which are each mounted underneath the seat on the frame, the rear wheel being joined by a drive chain to a pedal sprocket fitted freely about an axle of the front wheel, said pedal sprocket fitted with a pair of pedals for use by a user in powering movement of the vehicle, and an axle of the rear wheel having a plurality of paddles connected thereto for engaging a snow surface, whereby when the user effects use of the pedals, each of the plurality of paddles rotate about the axle of the rear wheel to sequentially engage the snow surface and propel the vehicle across the snow surface.
According to another aspect of the present invention, there is provided a snow-type recreational vehicle comprising an elongated frame mounted upon a front ski member and rear ski members, the frame being substantially perpendicular to a snow surface the vehicle is used upon, whereby when a user is seated in the vehicle the user will assume a substantially prone position; a steering assembly connected to the frame, the steering assembly being attached to the front ski member; a seat mounted on the frame; and a drive mechanism for effecting propulsion of the vehicle, the drive mechanism comprising a front wheel and a rear wheel which are each mounted underneath the seat on the frame, the rear wheel being joined by a drive chain to a pedal sprocket fitted freely about an axle of the front wheel, said pedal sprocket fitted with a pair of pedals for use by the user in powering movement of the vehicle, and an axle of the rear wheel having a plurality of paddles connected thereto for engaging the snow surface, whereby when the user effects use of the pedals, each of the plurality of paddles rotate about the axle of the rear wheel to sequentially engage the snow surface and propel the vehicle across the snow surface.
As previously discussed, the advantage of the present invention is that it provides an improved relatively safe snow type recreational vehicle which is usable in snow, or on ice, in the same manner as skis, or in a manner similar to a snowmobile or the like, while permitting the user to sit down, while maintaining complete control of the vehicle at all times.
A further advantage of the present invention is that it easily provides an improved self-propelled, bicycle-like snow type recreational vehicle for use, primarily, in snow or the like, the motion of which is controlled in a manner similar to the way a skier may control his motion.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
A preferred embodiment of the present invention is described below with reference to the accompanying drawings, in which:
Figure 1 illustrates an embodiment of the present invention.
DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENT
In a preferred embodiment, and with reference to Figure 1, the present invention essentially comprises a vehicle 1 for traveling on snow comprised of a frame 3 mounted to front 5 and rear ski members 7, a steering assembly 9, a seat 11, a pair of foot pedals 13 and a drive mechanism 15 for propulsion. A front end of the bike frame 3 is mounted upon the singular front ski member 5, and the rear of the frame 3 is mounted upon dual rear ski members 7.
In a preferred embodiment, a vertical post 17 is mounted upon each of the rear ski members 7, the posts being attached underneath the rear of the frame 3. In one alternative embodiment, the frame 3 is attached to the rear ski members 7 by suspension means. To accommodate the size of a user, it is also preferable that the frame is a frame of the elongated variety. An upper end of the steering assembly 9 terminates in handlebars 19 to permit steering of the vehicle by the user.
A drive mechanism 15 is used for effecting propulsion of the vehicle 1, the drive mechanism 15 comprising a front wheel 21 and a rear wheel 23 which are each mounted underneath the seat on the frame, the rear wheel being joined by a drive chain to a pedal sprocket fitted freely about an axle of the front wheel. The pedal sprocket is fitted with a pair of pedals 13 for use by a user in powering movement of the vehicle, and an axle of the rear wheel possesses a plurality of paddles 25 connected thereto for engaging a snow surface, whereby when the user effects use of the pedals, each of the plurality of paddles rotate about the axle of the rear wheel 23 to sequentially engage the snow surface and propel the vehicle across the snow surface.
In use, the present invention provides that, when the user effects use of the pedals, the plurality of paddles rotate in a circular axis about the axle of the rear wheel, whereby, as the user continues to effect use of the pedals, each of the plurality of paddles sequentially engage the snow surface to propel the vehicle across the snow surface. Of course, it is also possible that other means could be utilized instead of a plurality of paddles to propel the vehicle across the snow surface. For example, spikes or vanes, or other means apparent to one skilled in the art, could be utilized instead.
In another embodiment, the front wheel and a rear wheel could each be joined by a ribbed tread, the ribbed tread being mounted about the rims of the front and the rear wheel, whereby when the user effects use of the pedals, the ribbed tread rotates about the front wheel and a rear wheel to engage the snow surface and propel the vehicle across the snow surface.
In one embodiment, an upper surface of each of the pair of foot pedals can each include an abrasive foot engaging surface, so as to inhibit slippage of the user's foot from the pedals.
In a preferred embodiment, the forward and rear ski members have a width two or more times a width of a normal recreation ski. It is also preferable that the front and rear ski members have a same width. Of course, it will be readily apparent to one skilled in the art that variations to this could be effected. It is also to be understood that the rear ski members are dual ski members.
In an alternative embodiment of the present invention, the frame of the vehicle can be designed so as to be more spread out and compact, and thus closer to the surface of the snow. In this manner, the weight of the user while on the vehicle, and the vehicle itself, is spread out over a greater surface area on the snow, thus inhibiting any sinking of the vehicle into the snow and enabling the vehicle to be less likely to flip over while turning, for example.
The present invention has been described herein with regard to preferred embodiments.
However, it will be obvious to persons skilled in the art that a number of variations and modifications can be made without departing from the scope of the invention as described herein.
There are numerous variations and modifications thereof that will also remain readily apparent to others skilled in the art, now that the general principles of the present invention have been disclosed.

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1. A snow-type recreational vehicle comprising:
a frame mounted upon a front ski member and rear ski members;
a steering assembly connected to the frame, the steering assembly being attached to the front ski member;
a seat mounted on the frame; and a drive mechanism for effecting propulsion of the vehicle, the drive mechanism comprising a front wheel and a rear wheel which are each mounted underneath the seat on the frame, the rear wheel being joined by a drive chain to a pedal sprocket fitted freely about an axle of the front wheel, said pedal sprocket fitted with a pair of pedals for use by a user in powering movement of the vehicle, and an axle of the rear wheel having a plurality of paddles connected thereto for engaging a snow surface, whereby when the user effects use of the pedals, each of the plurality of paddles rotate about the axle of the rear wheel to sequentially engage the snow surface and propel the vehicle across the snow surface.
2. The snow-type recreational vehicle as claimed in claim 1, wherein the forward and rear ski members have a width two or more times a width of a normal recreation ski.
3. The snow-type recreational vehicle as claimed in any one of claims 1 or 2, wherein the front and rear ski members have a same width.
4. The snow-type recreational vehicle as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein a front end of the frame is mounted upon the front ski member, and a rear of the frame is mounted upon the rear ski members.
5. The snow-type recreational vehicle as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the rear ski members are dual ski members.
6. The snow-type recreational vehicle as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the frame is attached to the rear ski members by suspension means.
7. The snow-type recreational vehicle as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 5, wherein the pair of foot pedals each include an abrasive upper foot engaging surface.
8. A snow-type recreational vehicle comprising:
a frame mounted upon a front ski member and rear ski members, wherein a front end of the frame is mounted upon the front ski member, and a rear of the frame is mounted upon the rear ski members;
a steering assembly connected to the frame, the steering assembly being attached to the front ski member;
a seat mounted on the frame; and a drive mechanism for effecting propulsion of the vehicle, the drive mechanism comprising a front wheel and a rear wheel which are each mounted underneath the seat on the frame, the rear wheel being joined by a drive chain to a pedal sprocket fitted freely about an axle of the front wheel, said pedal sprocket fitted with a pair of pedals for use by a user in powering movement of the vehicle, and an axle of the rear wheel having a plurality of paddles connected thereto for engaging a snow surface, whereby when the user effects use of the pedals, each of the plurality of paddles rotate about the axle of the rear wheel to sequentially engage the snow surface and propel the vehicle across the snow surface.
9. The snow-type recreational vehicle as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 8, wherein an upper end of the steering assembly terminates in handlebars to permit steering of the vehicle.
10. The snow-type recreational vehicle as claimed in claim 8, wherein a vertical post is mounted upon each of said rear ski members, said posts being attached underneath the rear of the frame.
11. The snow-type recreational vehicle as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 8, wherein the frame is an elongated frame.
12. The snow-type recreational vehicle as claimed in any one of claims 1 to 8, wherein, when the user effects use of the pedals, the plurality of paddles rotate in a circular axis about the axle of the rear wheel, whereby, as the user continues to effect use of the pedals, each of the plurality of paddles sequentially engage the snow surface to propel the vehicle across the snow surface.
13. A snow-type recreational vehicle comprising:
an elongated frame mounted upon a front ski member and rear ski members, the frame being substantially perpendicular to a snow surface the vehicle is used upon, whereby when a user is seated in the vehicle the user will assume a substantially prone position;
a steering assembly connected to the frame, the steering assembly being attached to the front ski member;
a seat mounted on the frame; and a drive mechanism for effecting propulsion of the vehicle, the drive mechanism comprising a front wheel and a rear wheel which are each mounted underneath the seat on the frame, the rear wheel being joined by a drive chain to a pedal sprocket fitted freely about an axle of the front wheel, said pedal sprocket fitted with a pair of pedals for use by the user in powering movement of the vehicle, and an axle of the rear wheel having a plurality of paddles connected thereto for engaging the snow surface, whereby when the user effects use of the pedals, each of the plurality of paddles rotate about the axle of the rear wheel to sequentially engage the snow surface and propel the vehicle across the snow surface.
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