The dynamic response of the bicycle rider's body to vertical, fore-and-aft and lateral perturbations

Georgios Dialynas, J.W. (Jelle) de Haan, Alfred Schouten, R. (Riender) Happee & A.L. (Arend) Schwab
In bicycles the rider’s mass is much larger than the vehicle’s mass. Hence, the rider influences the dynamic behaviour of the bicycle not only by means of voluntary control actions, but also by means of passive response of his/her body to bicycle oscillations. As a matter of fact, the rider’s body has inertial, stiffness and damping properties that are combined with the bicycle characteristics and affect the dynamic response of the whole system. More specific,...
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