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Hi-E Engineering

Nashville, Tennessee

Updated 1.13.2009                                           Click on images to see larger version. 

 Harlan Meyers and his Hi-E products represent the principle of "Yankee Ingenuity"
at work. Mr. Meyers re-engineered, to his own taste and concepts, bicycle hubs, pedals, rims and even the entire bicycle... all in a very homespun way.

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      Harlan Meyers making adjustments to a Cosmopolitan" Hi-E aluminum bike. That's Steve Dayton of Indianapolis/ Speedway Wheelmen, wearing his 1971 Senior Road champion jersey.

      "I remember that bike. It creaked so loud you always knew where Steve was, and when he was attacking. But it was very light for the time."   Bill Brissman

Larry Black's Cosmopolitan on display at the Cirque du Cyclisme

 

Skewers (Via Bike Shop) and hub  (Rick Verhoeven)

  

 

The single bearing pedal anticipated the Shimano DD design by some years!

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A Report of his visit to Hi-E
by Larry Black.

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