A closer look at energy expenditure and pollution inhalation during urban cycling: Physics, physiology, and travel behaviour
Although urban cycling is widely known and promoted as physically active transportation, the actual physics of utilitarian cycling have been given little attention in transportation engineering and planning. In contrast, the field of sports science has developed detailed data and models of road bicycle performance, but only for sport and racing cyclists. What can we learn about utilitarian cycling by integrating knowledge of the physical attributes of bicycles and cyclists? Findings will be presented from recent and ongoing studies aiming to quantify these relationships and enhance travel analysis tools with an understanding of the physical aspects of cycling.
|Event Date||Nov 22, 2019 21:00|
|Posted by NCCEH||Nov 20, 2019|