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  • curprev 15:42, 13 December 2021Morgan talk contribs 1,966 bytes +1,966 Created page with "<blockquote> A coaster brake is a special rear hub for a bicycle, which performs two functions: * It allows the bicycle to roll without forcing the pedals to turn. This is the "coaster" part. It is similar in function to a freewheel , but uses a different sort of mechanism to accomplish it. * It is also a brake, operated by turning the pedals backwards. Coaster brakes were invented in the 1890s, and have continued to be popular in some areas to this day. </bloc..."