How rider and machine work together
Cycling Science investigates the scientific wonders that keep the cyclist in the saddle, and how machine and rider work together.
Max Glaskin is an award-winning freelance science, engineering, and technology journalist with a special interest in cycling. He has contributed to a vast range of publications from MIT's Technology Review, Biophotonics International, The Engineer and New Scientist, through to Reader's Digest, Discovery Channel Magazine and every serious national UK newspaper. Max has cycled over the Greater Himalaya, co-founded the UK's national mountain bike organisation, performed for the Queen with the Bicycle Ballet and is one of the first 20 inductees to the Mountain Biking UK Hall of Fame. He has also co-presented a BBC TV education series on the technologies of Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Max has twice been nominated for the BT Technology Journalist of the Year - an unusual honour for a freelance - and received the Association for Geographic Information's Journalist of the Year award in 2000 for articles about satellite navigation technology published in the Sunday Times and Engineering magazine.