Sport Rider Photos
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This graph shows absolute values (all negative numbers are changed to positive) for lateral and longitudinal G over the same full lap, in the same color scheme. Note that on the entrance to each corner, longitudinal G tapers off as the rider releases the brakes and enters the corner, while lateral G increases as the turn is initiated. Where the two lines cross is an indication of how late the rider is trail-braking into the turn. Likewise, on the exit of each corner the traces cross as the rider accelerates (adding longitudinal G) and straightens the bike out (reducing lateral G); the intersection point shows how aggressive the rider is getting on the gas exiting the turn.
Data Acquisition Absolute Values