Some articles on steering axis, axis, steering:
... that the front wheel ground contact point trails behind the steering axis ground contact point ... The steering axis is the axis about which the entire steering mechanism (fork, handlebars, front wheel, etc.) pivots ... In traditional bike designs, with a steering axis tilted back from the vertical, positive trail tends to steer the front wheel into the direction of a lean, independent of forward speed ...
... The steering axis inclination (SAI) is the angle between the centerline of the steering axis and vertical line from center contact area of the tire (as ...
... and the SAI line extended downward through the steering axis ... The line through the steering axis creates a pivot point around which the tire turns ... The point where the steering axis line contacts the road is the fulcrum pivot point on which the tire is turned ...
Famous quotes containing the words axis and/or steering:
“A book is not an autonomous entity: it is a relation, an axis of innumerable relations. One literature differs from another, be it earlier or later, not because of the texts but because of the way they are read: if I could read any page from the present timethis one, for instanceas it will be read in the year 2000, I would know what the literature of the year 2000 would be like.”
—Jorge Luis Borges (18991986)
“Behind the steering wheel
The boy took out his own forehead.
His girlfriends head was a green bag
Of narcissus stems. OK you win
But meet me anyway at Cohens Drug Store
In 22 minutes.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)