Hello, I just found this place and I am glad I did. :D I have a big physics project and I need to relate bicycle to physics. I am in grade 11 and I was wondering if anybody can give me some ideas/suggestions on what kind of things I can relate physics to bicycle using up to grade 11 physics knowledge. This is a big project, I need to write a report up to around 10 pages. So far, my plan is to firstly, write some things that are related to physics, which do not involve calculation and are non-technical such as: Steering, pedaling, braking, balancing, etc. Then I want to go into more depth and do physics that are more technical and involve calculations. I am going to talk about speed (using speed, time, acceleration, distance equations), forces (Newton's law) and then I am quite stuck what to talk about next. I have found three useful sites: http://ist-socrates.berkeley.edu/~fajans/Teaching/bicycles.html http://www.science.uva.nl/research/amstel/bicycle/partic/Bart/Project http://www.angelfire.com/pq/bicycles I ordered a book called, Bicycling Science, but it's not here yet (it should have been here a few days ago!) Please help me! I need to get this done before the end of the winter break (Jan 4th). If you can tell me some good sites that contain some nice stuff about bicycle science, that would be great too. ^^ Thanks for your help!