What are three physic terms related to bike riding

eileencroal
Asked Jan 10, 2010
Propulsion, momentum, and resistance.

Propulsion when you push the pedals, it propels you forward.

Momentum when you glide, while you're not pedaling, and when you try to break, you're still going forward from momentum before you come to a full stop.

Resistance as in air resistance.
Oni_Kami
Answered Jan 10, 2010
Edited Jan 10, 2010
Centrifugal point, accelerate and friction.
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