The mechanics of cycling have long been researched. They’ve been researched by die hard bike fanatics, cyclist enthusiasts to scientists.
Bicycling magazine covered a story on Jim Papadopoulos . He is a professor of mechanical and industrial engineering at Northeastern University. He’s working with students and industry leaders to scientifically overturn conventional design principles governing numerous bicycle components—and perhaps the bicycle itself. If he’s successful (and if manufacturers and entrepreneurs adopt his findings), your next bike could handle better, brake faster, and even keep itself from falling over when you lose your balance.
Read more HERE.