I think it's just reflexive bloviating at this point.
... The thing is, all Erick's meaningless over-analysis might have a use if he actually knew how to do things correctly.
If it is meaningless it has no use, whether I can do anything or not.
But acknowledging the general correctness of your conclusion, I will patiently await the falsification of your implied premise.
At this point nobody's ever seen him ride a bike, yet he's jumping into a discussion by people interested in cycling ...
If I tell you how a bike keeps upright would that help???
(that dang "G" word again
)... If the observation was correct and I couldn't ride the bike would that make it wrong or less useful knowledge? If I could ride with hands but not without hands would that make my understanding of the principles of cycling stability less sound ?.
Can you ride without hands? And if not -- how dare you talk about biking stability! Keep to the stands -- you piker ! :
Interestingly enough, how a bicycle maintains its stability was one of the first questions I responded to as this line of discussion began, oh ,so many posts ago.