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Ducati Motorcycle Physics Lab

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Apr 30, 2018

Category: Living

A big part of building and riding motorcycles is rooted in science – more specifically, physics. And understanding that difficult bit of science can go a long way toward making the bikes we all love better, faster, and more fun. Ducati, one of the top names in MotoGP, appears to agree with that sentiment – if their new Motorcycle Physics Lab is any indication.

Designed specifically to bridge the gap between high school students and the brand’s factory, the Fisica in Moto functions like a hands-on motorcycle museum in which kids can learn the ins and outs of bike physics through example and experimentation. The program includes to a workshop that illustrates how bikes are built, an innovative science lab to illustrate important concepts at work, and more. There’s even a rideable mechanical bull-style rig to give students a better grasp of g-forces. Best part is, you don’t have to be a student to visit – just get in touch with Ducati.

Learn More: Ducati

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