Kinematics of Cycling: At the beginning of the test, the cyclist travels along a flat surface and does not travel on an incline. This is evidenced by the fact that that the Y variable on the graph only increases slightly, therefore indicating that there is a minimal vertical increase of the hill. The cyclist initially has a velocity of 3.488m/s on the bike After travelling a distance of 12.06m east in 2.377s, the cyclist obtains a final velocity of 6.737m/s. He achieves an average speed of 5.036m/s. As a result, the cyclist is consistently increasing his velocity as he transverses the distance, therefore decreasing his taken time. This also shows that the rider does not undergo constant velocity, contributing to the fact that the cyclist has acceleration. The cyclist’s average acceleration is approximately 1.366m/s2 and the cyclist's average speed is

Calculation 1: Finding the acceleration of the cyclist.

Chart 1 : Chart showing the X and Y displacements of the cyclist.

Calculation 2: Finding the average speed of the cyclist.