Well when you slam the brakes on a bike, you move forward because the bike wheels will stop and force will push you forward.
Your momentum wants to keep moving forward.
It is your momentum of moving forward that has to be overcome before your brakes can bring the bicycle to a stop.
Thanks to one of Newton's laws. This phenomenon is attributed to you having inertia. An object will keep moving until an outside force is applied.
Because when you brake, the brakes stop the wheels from moving. But that doesn't stop the bike from moving. It means that the speed/force/velocity at which you were traveling was forceful enough to override the brakes. So basically, you're sliding.
Sharks have to keep moving forward or else they will die.
even though wheels are locked, and not rolling, road friction allows bike to slide until coming to stop
Because of inertia. Stuff that is moving wants to keep moving. When the bike can't go forward, it'll try to topple forward instead.
When you brake, the weight of the bike will shift forward. so the rear will skid quite easily, be prepared to let up on that. On good Surfaces, the front can take a lot of braking, but you need to brace your arms and get your body low-and-back to keep from tipping forward.
They try to keep the wheels from spinning.
It's called inertia, or conservation of energy. Basically it means that an object that is moving likes to keep moving, and that an object at rest likes to remain at rest. When you're on the bike you are that moving object that would like to remain moving, so to resist that force you have to brace your arms against the bars. The bike willthen transfer that force through the for and wheel and into the ground.
Keep moving forward.
in meet the robinsons it was keep moving forward, is that what you mean?
the role of the gullet is a wire in a bike and it is continiously moving to keep the bike straight
Soldiers, keep moving Forward. We had to fast forward the movie.
The coaster brake (rear brake) on many simple bicycles uses a one-way clutch in the chain and gear assembly, and a set of plates inside the rear wheel hub. When the pedals are moving forward, they engage the chain; when they are not moving, the wheel spins freely (bike coasts). When the pedals are turned in the opposite direction, it pushes the plates against the wheel hub to slow the bike by creating friction. Coaster brakes will not work if the bicycle's chain comes off, preventing the coaster brake from engaging. There is usually a large metal bar attached to the bike frame to keep the brake from turning freely. Caliper (hand) brakes work differently, and may be used on either wheel. When the handle is squeezed on a caliper brake, two pads mounted on the frame are pushed onto the wheel rim, again creating friction to slow the bike. These two kinds of brakes are analogous to the axle brake (drum brake) and the disc brakes (rotor and pad) that are found on automobiles.
Because of inertiaAn object will keep moving until an outside force is applied.
It's a glitch. Just keep jumping and keep pressing 'S'
Its called inertia. It takes work to stop an object that is moving, if you don't have any (as in the cases mentioned), you keep on moving.
it is called mechanical energy.
Feelings of guilt can be depressing and keep you from moving forward with your life
Capt'n Chuckleberry - 2011 Keep Moving Forward 1-13 was released on: USA: 5 November 2011
If you're talking about looks then it's all about personal taste, and IMO brakes are so darn useful that I'd keep them on no matter what. If you intend to ride in traffic they're required to make your bike legal anyhow. Structurally your bike is fine with them.
Depends on where you intend to ride. If you ever take your bike onto streets where there is other traffic removing brakes is a really bad idea. But if you only ride in skate/bike parks then it's not so bad. My recommendation would be to keep them on.