Q: How do you work out revolutions on a bike wheel?

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Revolutions per minute of the rear wheel

The revolutions per minute of a bike wheel depends on the size of the wheel, the speed you are riding, and other factors. It is generally thought it can spin at 2 revolutions per second.

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Its 16

40 / 5 = 8 8 * 2 = 16 Wheel B turns 16 times.

264

10*1760*36 = 633600 inches in 60 minutes 10560 inches in 1 minute Circumference of bike wheel = 2*pi*27 = 169.6460033 inches 10560/169.6460033 = 62.24726663 revolutions of bike wheel in 1 minute 62.24726663*360 degrees = 22409.01599 degrees in 1 minute Therefore the bike's wheel spoke has turned through an angle of 22409 degrees in I minute, correct to 5 significant figures.

the banjo bike is not possible to make as soon as you turn a wheel it will not work and if it does work it will not remain stable

Diameter = 68 cm => circumference = pi*d = 213.63 cm = 2.1363 m To travel 100 m the wheel makes 100/2.1363 = 46.81 revs.

either a car wheel or a bike wheel.

either a car wheel or a bike wheel.

Just under 32 revolutions