The general consensus is yes, Albert Einstein conceived of his theory of relativity while riding his bicycle. It is said that:
"while riding his bicycle at night Einstein observed that [the] beam cast from his headlamp always traveled at the same speed whether he was cruising at a quick speed or coasting to stop."
Thus the theory - light from a moving source has the same velocity as light from a stationary source.
Unfortunately, this information is merely a "tale." It has not been historically proven.
Yes, because you don't inherit the skill of riding a bicycle.
I am not riding
you will be riding a bicycle
That's all down to how hard you're riding. Most people will use more effort when riding IRL than riding stationary bikes.
Riding a bicycle is good exercise.
You are not moving relative to the bicycle.
diamondback is a good bicycle for cruising, but not for extreme riding or jumping
The person who is riding a bicycle is a cyclist.
you can fall off.........
because we go on writing like a bicycle
There are many benefits of riding a bicycle to work rather than driving. Riding a bicycle is great for the environment and decreases your carbon footprint. It is also great for your health.
Not at all.
Yes. Bicycle riding is indeed a way to train your sense of balance.
Cars, Animals , and other people riding bicycles.
Riding a bicycle in a campus
compression, tension, and friction.