It's Like Riding a Bike

Not much of a rider, but boy can he run!
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  1. muthalovin Avatar

    Oh PHYSICS! You rapscallion!
    We call this Centripetal Force. Or at least I do. PROVE ME WRONG INTERNETS!
    Also, ha ha!

    1. Tim Odell Avatar
      Tim Odell

      Has more to do with rotational inertia being a vector, meaning both a value and a direction.
      In order for the bike to go down, you'd have to change the angle the wheels are rolling at, but the rotational inertia doesn't want to change (hence..inertia), so the bike stays up.
      /son of an engineer who went back to school and became a physics teacher

  2. Alff Avatar

    Modern bikes are so good, they almost ride themselves.

  3. bobsmop Avatar

    HUGE props to this guy. But as a rider myself, I can't help but wonder what threw him off the seat. My first thought was that his knee puck caught something on the track, but upon further viewing, it's tough to tell whether he was dragging. I noticed that his head position, didn't quite match the corner's exit, could that be a factor?

  4. soo΄pәr-bādd75 Avatar

    That's just wow.

  5. mdharrell Avatar

    He races a bike with a camera pointed at himself? Sure, it paid off here, but please tell me that's an odd thing to do.

  6. Charles_Barrett Avatar

    So how long before someone adds a Yakity Sax soundtrack to this…?

  7. dragon951 Avatar

    Looks like he pulled a Homer.
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  8. Møbius Avatar

    This is like the greatest stunt ever pulled never planned.
    Also, why did he bother getting back on the bike? He should have just ran to the chequered flag.

  9. FTGDHoonEdition Avatar

    Is he Italian?