Transport

Item Cost Weight
Bicycle, penny-farthing 1000 60 lbs.
Bicycle, standard 5000 50 lbs.
Bicycle, velocipede 500 40 lbs.
Skates, ice 400 4 lbs.
Skates, roller 300 4 lbs.
Skis 500 12 lbs.

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Bicycle, Penny-Farthing (“High Wheel”): The front wheel of this bicycle is much larger than the rear wheel and the rider is unable to touch the ground. The large front wheel provides great speed but makes the bike top-heavy. In the event of a crash the rider must leap clear (Reflex DC 8 or prone). It has a steel tube frame and solid rubber tires. The penny-farthing doubles a rider’s foot speed. Difficult maneuvers require an Acrobatics check (at a -5 penalty) to stay mounted.

Bicycle, Standard: This modern design has many features to improve the safety of the rider. The steel tube frame of the bike forms a diamond shape and both wheels are equal size. The bike has rear wheel drive and gears to reduce pedaling labor and brakes on both wheels. The inflated tires increase shock reduction. A bicycle doubles the foot speed of the rider. Difficult maneuvers require an drive check to stay mounted.

Bicycle, Velocipede (“Boneshaker”): This primitive design has a wrought iron frame and wooden wheels with iron tires. It uses front wheel drive and provides a jarring ride, but adds +50% to a character’s foot speed. Difficult maneuvers while riding a velocipede require a drive check to stay mounted. This modern design has many features to improve the safety of the rider. The steel tube frame of the bike forms a diamond shape and both wheels are equal size. The bike has rear wheel drive and gears to reduce pedaling labor and brakes on both wheels. The inflated tires increase shock reduction. A bicycle doubles the foot speed of the rider. Difficult maneuvers require an Acrobatics check to stay mounted.

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Skates, Ice: Ice skates add +20 feet to a character’s foot speed on solid ice. Ice skates reduce a character’s CMD against bull-rush and reposition attempts by -2.

Skates, Roller: Roller skates add + 10 feet to foot speed (+ 20 feet when going downhill) on a hard, flat surface. Roller skates reduce a character’s CMD against bull-rush and reposition attempts by -4.

Skis: Skis add + 20 feet to a character’s foot speed (+ 30 feet when going downhill). Cross country skis only work on snow or ice, whereas water skis require placid water and motorized boats to function. Changes in direction and speed require an Acrobatics check to stay upright. Skis reduce a character’s CMD against bull-rush and reposition attempts by -2.

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