If you see the following video >> BMW S1000RR CRASH - http://youtube.com/watch?v=_A_PFBRAx9wYou will see that the riders AT A CERTAIN SPEED , WITH A GIVEN WEIGHT , ALONG WITH A CERTAIN ANGLE OF TILT goes down as the gravitational pull acts like that(may be I don't know better) I actually wanted to know that one can know using physics that he can calculate that how much he can successfully tilt the bike like in the video GIVEN (he knows the weight of the vehicle in total (including him) + knows the Gravitational pull + the speed )Assumptions can be:a) The road is not wet.b) Normal sunshine is there making the road a normally hot
I'm amazed there's no gyroscope/accelerometer to give warnings to the rider that they've about to hit point of no return...some kind of buzzer to alert the rider....
A drop of oil/water/spit/snot at just the right spot and the traction picture can change
0.067 is anything but constant. You can't calculate it, you have to measure the 3 variables first.
0.067 is anything but constant.