Peloton PhD: How to corner without crashing

Welcome back to Peloton PhD, a column in which physics PhD Dan Seaton uses science to explain the hows and whys of bike racing. In this instalment Dan looks at cornering, why we lean into corners, and how it can go wrong. Got a question about the science of cycling? Let us know in the … The post Peloton PhD: How to corner without crashing appeared first on CyclingTips .

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