SHARK WHEEL EQUATION
A mathematically balanced design that combines the geometries of a cube, a sphere and a sine wave.
Figure: A geometry of a shark wheel can be thought of as the combination of a cube, sphere, and sine wave.
A sine wave or sinusoid is a mathematical curve that describes a smooth periodic oscillation. A sine wave is a continuous wave that when plotted as a graph has the same shape as the sine function.
Figure: Definition of the sine function that can be used to make relationships to the sides and angles of a triangle.
TRADITIONAL WHEEL VS. SHARK WHEEL
AT HIGH SPEED A TRADITIONAL WHEEL SUFFERS FROM THE GYROSCOPIC EFFECT KNOWN AS "SPEED WOBBLE," WHICH CAN CAUSE THE RIDER TO LOSE CONTROL AND CRASH.
THE ALTERNATING PATTERN OF THE SHARK WHEEL PRODUCES AN ALTERNATING CENTER OF GRAVITY, WHICH CANCELS OUT THE GYROSCOPIC EFFECT THAT CREATES LOSS OF CONTROL.
- Performance in wet conditions
- Less Friction
- All Terrain