Newton’s Second Law:
Newton’s Second Law affirms that an object’s acceleration is proportional to the object’s mass and the net force that is exerted on the object. Newton’s Second Law relates to the sport of cycling for the reason that the cyclist produces an applied force upon the bicycle, which allows the cyclist on the bicycle to enter motion. As a result, the applied force of the bike becomes greater than the opposing force of friction from the air resistance and the bicycle tires, therefore producing a net force upon the bicycle. The presence of net force on the bicycle determines that the bicycle is accelerating since the bicycle’s acceleration is proportional to the net force of the bicycle.The cyclist's resultant net force on the bicycle is 113.37N and the force of friction that the road generates on the cyclist is 21.42N. Therefore, the riders applied force on the road is 134.79N. Calculation 4: Finding the coefficient of friction of the road
Calculation 6: Finding the applied force the bicycle exerts on the ground.

Figure 2: Forces shown upon the bicycle when in motion.
Calculation 3: Finding the net force of the cyclist.
Calculation 5: Finding the the force of friction generated from the road.

Figure 3: Forces upon bicycle when no applied force is exerted.

Newton’s Third Law:
Newton’s third Law informs that for every force there is an equal and opposing reaction force. Newton’s Third Law applies to the sport of cycling due to the fact that the applied force of the bicycle moving in the clockwise direction has an opposite but equal reaction coming from the ground in a counter clockwise direction. As a result, of the reaction fore of the ground, the tires of the bicycle begin to move in the forward direction, therefore allowing the cyclist to accelerate forward. 
Forces that are involved in the sport of cycling include:
 Force of gravity on the person and the bike.
 Force of Normal
 Force Applied on the bicycle pedals
 Force Applied of the bicycle on the road
 Force of Air Resistance
 Force of kinetic friction of the bicycle on the road
 Force of gravity on the person and the bike.
 Force of Normal
 Force Applied on the bicycle pedals
 Force Applied of the bicycle on the road
 Force of Air Resistance
 Force of kinetic friction of the bicycle on the road