Title:
Triplanar sempiternal gymnoplexus with mutual longitudinal orthogonal planes and intrinsic structural integrity
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
This sempiternal gymnoplexus with its' innate structural integrity is the nexus of a new skating paradigm which will provide both longitudinal and sinistrodextral support to the talocrural joint during both ice and roller skating maneuvers. This paradigm can accommodate various special rail sliding blocks for extreme skating, braking devices for roller skating, and contoured knife edge blades for ice skating, when the rollers, disks, or cylinders are removed from the plexus. Which will result in an unattainable, before now, a uniquely diversified skating repertoire. This paradigm also supports either hardware or belt mounting of the skaters pedal equipment. The structure also supports the necessary appurtenances that are required for this paradigm shift to be successful for disk, roller, cylinder and ice skaters of various maven levels, on multiterrains.



Inventors:
Black, Edward T. (Buffalo Grove, IL, US)
Application Number:
10/346631
Publication Date:
07/22/2004
Filing Date:
01/21/2003
Primary Class:
International Classes:
A63C1/00; A63C17/18; (IPC1-7): A63C1/00
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Primary Examiner:
SHRIVER II, JAMES A
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
T. Edward Black (Buffalo Grove, IL, US)
Claims:

What I claim as my invention is:



1. A triplanar sempiternal gymnoplexus (J) and (K) with a series of cutouts (F), to accommodate belts or straps for locking pedal equipment into a stable position upon the center plane (K).

2. A triplanar sempiternal gymnoplexus (J) and (K) with multiple provision (E), for locking pedal equipment into a monostable position, with hardware, i.e. screws, washers and locking nuts upon the center plane (K).

3. A triplanar sempiternal gymnoplexus (J) and (K) with provisions (A, B and G), for mounting braking devices.

4. A triplanar sempiternal gymnoplexus (J) and (K) with provisions (D), for mounting rail sliding blocks used in extreme skating.

5. A triplanar sempiternal gymnoplexus (J) and (K) with saw tooth braking geometry (C), for ice skating.

6. A triplanar sempiternal gymnoplexus (J) and (K) with rotation locking provisions (A), for the shafts of the disks, cylinders, or rollers without regard for the rotational devices' arrangement paradigm or stabilization beams for ice skating after all rotational skating paraphernalia has been removed.

7. A triplanar sempiternal gymnoplexus (J) and (K) with dual parallel contoured knife edge blades (H), for ice skating.

8. A triplanar sempiternal gymnoplexus (J) and (K) that has the innate dual capacity to fulfill the requirements of a multiterrain, multiroller arrangements roller skating plexus or when stripped of the rotational skating paraphernalia the gymnoplexus is transformed to meet the requirements for multivenue ice skating.

Description:
[0001] A triplanar sempiternal gymnoplexus with mutual longitudinal orthogonal planes and intrinsic structural integrity. When this gymnoplexus is configured properly, it is suitable for performing on multisurfaces, the complex or routine aerial or nonaerial roller and ice ambulatory maneuvers of the skating repertoire. The gymnoplexus has mounting capabilities for disks, cylinders, pedal equipment, braking device, with integral rotational locking geometry for the shafts of the roller skating disks or cylinders.

CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS

[0002] None.

STATEMENT REGARDING FEDERALLY SPONSORED RESEARCH OR DEVELOPMENT

[0003] The federal involvement with this nonprovisional utility patent application is; null.

REFERENCE TO A MICROFICHE APPENDIX: Not Applicable.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

[0004] In prior art, the required circumambulate equipment plexus for extreme, roller rink, obstacle terrain, trail and ice skating is conspicuously disparate.

BRIEF SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

[0005] The sempiternal gymnoplexus provides the equipment paradigm that serves the needs of an eclectic skating population. This paradigm provides support for the talocrural joint across the plantigrade of the foot. This sinistrodextral and longitudinal support of the foot facilitates dynamic ambulatory stability, which will encourages complex adventurous aerial and nonaerial skating maneuvers across the spectrum of skating communities. For those skaters that are oblivious to, or uninterested in, the expanded skating maneuvering possibilities, the benefits of the enhanced dynamic ambulatory stability are still available.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE SEVERAL VIEWS OF THE DRAWING

[0006] FIG. 1 is an elevation view of the near side (J), of the gymnoplexus with the near (A), and far (B), side shaft mounting geometries for the disk or roller shafts' and the extreme skating rail sliding block (D), highlighted, the ice skating brakes (C), are also highlighted. The mounting locations for the roller skating brake spars (G), are also shown. The mounting locations (F), for foot wear belts, if used, are also shown.

[0007] FIG. 2 is an end view of the gymnoplexus.

[0008] FIG. 3 is a top view (K), of the afore mentioned gymnoplexus, with the foot wear mounting locations for hardware (E), highlighted.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0009] The triplanar sempiternal gymnoplexus which is fabricated from sheet stainless steel. That has been contour cut or stamped to provide saw toothed brakes and blades for ice skating when they are folded into place. the contoured ice skating blades, while flat have a knife edge affixed as the results of a grinding operation prior to their being folded into their final orthogonal position. Although the grinding of the knife edge is ideally accomplished when the plexus is flat. This operation may also be accomplished with the blades in their final orthogonal position. The contouring also provides mounting geometries for the shafts of rink, terrain or extreme rollers, mounting for rail sliding blocks for extreme skating, brake spars for rink, trail or obstacle terrain rollers and pedal securing hardware of locking nuts, screws, washers or belts. This contoured entity is then folded into the shape of a channel, in pedal appropriate lengths and widths. This triplane single entity unit becomes the plexus for an avantgarde pansurface skating mantra. Which will provide the means for complex mobile maneuvering, which shall include ambulatory manipulation of the device, when strategically attached, to various primary pedal carriages, e.g. boots, sandals, shoes . . . etc, via a row of disk or cylindroid devices. The center plane of the gymnoplexus has two orthogonal planes attached at its' sinistrodextral extremities. The two folded attached longitudinal parallel planes are dual purposed. They serve as the mounting nexus for the rink, trail, obstacle terrain or extreme roller skating appurtenances which are required for this multisurface skating paradigm.

[0010] With all the braking devices, sliding blocks, disks or cylindroid devices removed and stabilization beams added between the two parallel planes at the front and rear roller shaft locations, this plexus gestalt is thus, transformed for ice skating. Thus this sempiternal plexus provides provisions for the skating requirements of an eclectic spectrum of skaters.

[0011] The cylinders or disks may be mounted to the gymnoplexus in the contemporary genres of, inline or tetraroller organization. Or in a new paradigm, that of one roller centrally inboard of the plexus at the front, and two rollers outboard at the rear of the plexus. The reverse of this roller organization is also viable. Any of these roller arrangements are practicable for rink, terrain or extreme skating. The shafts for the disks or cylinders are mounted between the parallel planes of the plexus. One end of these aforementioned shafts is anchored into a rotation locking ā€œDā€ shaped hole. So as to allow all cylinder or disk rotation to be accomplished by the disks' or cylinders' ball bearings which are captive to it. The parallel planes also provide mounting for braking devices, which are positioned at both extremes of the longitudinal dimension. Although the braking devices are not strictly necessary, for the primary function of the device to be achieved. As the maven level of the wearer maybe such as not to require the braking devices, and as such the braking devices may appear at either end, both ends, or with none of the devices for impedimenta.





 
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