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Motion of a bicycle on MSC Adams
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Motion of a bicycle on MSC Adams

Motion of a bicycle on MSC Adams

(OP)
Hello,
I have a bicycle on Adams. I want it to move following a road that I made with rectangles on Adams View (a straight road, an ascending slope and another straight road at the end of the slope). I used contact on my wheels to the road. The problem is that my bicycle falls after it begins going on the slope. Does anyone have any idea what could be wrong please? I designed the bicycle on Adams View using torus for the wheels, plates and cylinders. Thank you in advance!

RE: Motion of a bicycle on MSC Adams

(OP)
I didn't do anything to stabilize it, I thought that as long as there is contact with the road it would not fall (^-^').

RE: Motion of a bicycle on MSC Adams

(OP)
Thank you very much to both of you, and thank you very much for the link

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