Did you maybe mean breaking?
- v. present participle of brake.
“However, mechanical braking is still available to slow and stop the vehicle.”
“Regenerative braking is the only good feature but the energy cost of batteries etc offsets the gain.”
“The three-speed internally-geared hub will offer a wide-enough gear range for the flat roads and bike paths the bikes will mostly see; coaster braking is intuitive to most people; and rear racks and front baskets offer the requisite cargo-carrying capacity every good city bike needs.”
“All that accelerating and braking is a shocking waste of fuel.”
“The absorbtion of wasted energy by braking is called charging the battery by a generator which brakes the car (on demand).”
“The anodization penetrates into the rim to about 10 microns, said Sullivan, and is so hard that even under long-term braking riders will never wear down the surface like on a regular rim.”
“There’s no front locker, and the downhill engine braking is average”
“The eBox is able to go the extra mile because of regenerative braking, which is similar to the system in a Prius.”
“There was nothing to do now but ride out the rest of the trip as comfortably as possible until it was time to throw the asteroid into an ever-tightening series of elliptical orbits around earth, known as braking ellipses.”
“Because there is a risk to get to what was experienced recently in the German Universities, namely braking the Asylum against the student and popular movement and the free movement of ideas.”
Looking for tweets for braking.