Motorcycles have two front and rear brakes. When the br […]
Motorcycles have two front and rear brakes. When the brakes are on the way, the body will move forward. At this time, the front wheels bear a large weight. We know that the friction between the wheels and the road is proportional to the pressure of the wheels on the ground, so the front brakes It plays a major role in braking.
The braking force distribution ratios of the front and rear wheels should also be different depending on the speed of the vehicle. When the vehicle speed is slow, the braking force of the front and rear wheels is basically the same. When the speed is faster, the braking force distribution ratio of the front and rear wheels is generally 7:3. When the speed is particularly fast, the braking force distribution ratio of the front and rear wheels is generally 8:2 or 9:1. , can be adjusted as needed. When braking, the body will move forward. At this time, do not press the weight on your hands. You should clamp the body with your knees, feet and thighs to prevent the body from flying out.
It must also be noted that the front wheels are prevented from being "locked" during braking because the front wheels are "locked" and cannot be controlled, especially when cornering. Moreover, when the front wheel is "locked", the braking effect is not good. The most ideal braking force is the moment before the wheel is about to "lock". As long as you practice hard, you can do it. At present, some high-end motorcycles are equipped with ABS (anti-"locking" brake system). The principle is to reduce the braking force before the wheel is "locked", and then brake again, so that the wheel can be locked. The purpose of death.