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Dear Prof Scott

Is it possible to design and Construct a quadrilateral Cycle i.e. Cycle with four wheels. One front and three rear tires for cyclists.

Thanks & Regards,

Prashant S Akerkar

Yes, it would be possible, but it would be hard to do and easy to give problems to.

This is because it is fairly easy to do two wheels together, but hard to keep three

wheels together. It is also unnecessary.

As an illustration, consider semis. They need more than one tire on each side,

so they put two on each side. If they need even more, they don't add a third,

but add an axle with two more on each side.

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