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Old 02-07-2013, 07:30 AM   #11
bh321
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Originally Posted by DAKEZ View Post
OK so try this. When you are balancing and need the bike to tip to the right, turn the bars to the right and see what happens. You either fall over or you put your foot down to keep from falling over. Your gyro angle has already been shot down (for the most part) in this very thread.

You are mistaken (wrong) be it through ignorance, willful or otherwise it doesn't matter... You are still wrong.

Now go fetch some beer.

this site cracks me up.

you seem to get the inverted pendulum principle, but discount the difference between the static and dynamic scenario. check out some of Tony Foale's stuff on his website. he explains it very well, even for the layperson.
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