A Hellenic (Greek) Laboratory, specialized in Pure Mechanical Systems, has developed a Transmission Mechanism with many important Applications, being a Hardware which can run any corresponding Software (Operating Cycle).
One of these Applications is a Bicycle Mechanism, mainly for avoiding the top and bottom dead center when Cycling.
Besides this feature, this Mechanism achieves a significant overlapping of the Power Period of each pedal, smoothing in a very extensive degree the Torque being produced by the Cyclist and, in this way, it improves the overall Efficiency of the Mechanical System "Cyclist and Bicycle" by more than 20% and the feeling of Comfort of the Cyclist even much more, helping him unbelievably.
This Mechanism can be designed, point by point, considering the differences between Professional Cyclist and Amateur Cyclist, between Man and Woman, between Child and Adult, between Transportation and Exercise, even between Left Foot and Right Foot of the same Person, or between Left Hand and Right Hand of the same Person, as well.
The angular motion of the pedals is always UNIDIRECTIONAL, the fluctuation of the Torque that finally moves the Bicycle can be reduced to less than 2%, for a Professional, well trained, Cyclist, while the net Efficiency of this Mechanism is about 99.5%.
This Mechanism is Patent Pending.