- An artistic bicycle...
- ... has an extremely short wheelbase to
make it easier to perform.
|Artistic cycling uses a special bicycle for
performing tricks for a period of 6 minutes. Riders perform
routines consisting of movements selected in advance from a
list of twenty-eight types. Points are awarded based on the
judges' scoring of each rider.
Max. width: 22 cm, length: 30 cm, head: 60 mm
The saddle is wide, its back portion juts upward, and it is
slip-proof to make it easier to perform tricks.
|The space between the front and rear wheels is
narrowed to make it easier to perform wheelies and other kinds
||Technical points are awarded based on the form
of the trick.
- Lay-on saddle
|The handlebars resemble drop bars
turned so the drops are on top and parallel to the ground,
making it easier for riders to perform tricks.
Indoor cycle ball courts are used.
14 m x 11 m
Inner circle: 50 cm diameter
Big circle: 8 m diameter
Small circle: 4 m diameter
|Points are deducted for lack of confidence or
style, falling off the bicycle, or other types of faults.
- Head tube wheelie
|The handlebars rotate 360 degrees
to facilitate performance.
Turns Wheelies Stops
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Letzte Aktualisierung: November 2010