brentono wrote:human909 wrote:brentono wrote:So (coach troy) if I stick my static trainer (rollers) at a 45 degree (sideways), along my wall,
and ride at that angle, the position of the body will result in different muscles
working at different intensity, and I can simulate riding around the Track (Velodrome)
No because the whole point of banking is that you should be riding at a speed where your bike is actually perpedicular to the banked surface thus it is equivalent to riding on a flat surface. Thus banking should put you body into a MORE neutral position.
So as gravity has no effect on hills.
Then Centrifugal force must have no effect also, and the banking should put my body into a MORE neutral position,
equivalent to riding on a flat surface... that's what you are saying, correct.
So what body position am I in, on the straights, when the surface is almost level?
Does my position, vary.
(Is that you "coach troy")
What the hell are you on about? What is your question? Ideally your body position should be neutral in all cases. Banking just decreases the lateral grip required and so makes cornering easier.
Either way you comment about tipping a trainer to simulate a velodrome makes little sense.