News 2013

Pedalwiki was created by Brian Wilson (technical) and Richard Ballantine (content). It was used until about 2005 and then got lost for a while. What you are seeing here is a resurrected version created by Christian Schweingruber and with mostly new content in French. Theo Schmidt copied most of the orginal Pedalwiki content, but the original history and discussion pages were lost.


Welcome to the Pedalwiki

Welcome to the wiki for the World (previously International) Human Powered Vehicle Association, aka the "Pedalwiki".

Pedalwiki is for everyone interested in the human power movement.

Pedalwiki is interactive, and you do not have to be a member of the WHPVA (previously IHPVA) to join in. We invite your participation at any and all levels! You can roam the site at will on a read-only basis.

A wiki is a community effort; you can add content and edit most of the PedalWiki pages. To do this, you must create a confirmed account. We have to do this to reduce spam attacks. Still, registering is easy -- See the Welcome page for instructions. You can edit the pages marked as "articles", but please but comments on pages marked "discussion" and here do not edit the comments of others. The pages marked "history" record any and all changes.

Some pages which list proposals or record votes can only be amended by administrators. However, anyone can add comments.

Please read the guidelines on the Welcome page.

General Articles & Links

If you add a new article, put a link to it here.

Trikes page

Open Source Velomobile Development Project

In french - en français : hpv technical wiki technique vph

WHPVA (previously IHPVA) LINKS

External links



Wikipedia:Recumbent bicycle

main WHPVA website