Thanks for the video post. I appreciate you taking the time.Yeah, it seems counter intuitive - i would have thought the beads would just migrate to the highest point and make it worse but apparently they work. Last time i looked into it they are just ceramic ball bearings.
Placebo effect. Until I see some science, my belief is that, at best, they do nothing.So, I did it. I bought the 'Bike Kit', 1 OZ in the front wheel, and 2 in the rear.
I still have the sticky weights on the rim, but, WOW!
The bike feels planted. It still flicks, but upright, it feels solid.
Say what you want, but I like .
Ok, well, I can't pull the science out of my ass.Placebo effect. Until I see some science, my belief is that, at best, they do nothing.
Kent Larson in Minnesota
Kent, I need to pick your brain about programming basics. But anyway, throw this out along with the video.My undergrad work was physics/math/programming.
Not that is ever happens to anyone, but rear wheel lockup must be followed by some thumping afterwards with these seeds?I wonder what happens during hard acceleration and braking........ I think id stay clear off these bead things.