Why can’t you brake sharply when you’re cycling fast?

When you are cycling fast, you are riding with some acceleration a directed towards your direction of travel. When braking hard, the speed of the bike becomes zero, but under the action of inertia equal to m * a (where m is your mass), you can be thrown forward from the bike. Therefore, to avoid an accident, you must brake as slowly as possible.

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