|Reference info for kids science class||Bike Mike|
Mar 27, 2003 7:00 PM
|A friend is teaching her "educationally-challenged" high school students about watts, joules, power, etc. I suggested she use some cycling stats as relevent exhibits. Having opened my large mouth, she took me up on the idea then asked me where to find statistics and/or interesting material to present to the kids.
Anyone know where I can look to find something like that? I am looking for things like power outputs for running, walking, and cycling; the difference in power output between me and Lance Armstrong; how power affects speed on a bike; relationship of power to calories; anything else that can make the science relevent.
Any suggestions for where to look are welcome. Who knows...we might even convert a few urban cyclists!
|re: Reference info for kids science class||Bike Mike|
Mar 28, 2003 5:28 AM
|Thanks!!! That's awesome!|| |