The TU Delft Bicycle Lab is a research lab in the Biomechatronics & Human-Machine Control Group of the BioMechanical Engineering Department at Delft University of Technology led by Jason K. Moore. Our research is centered around the science and engineering of bicycles and spans the following themes:

  • single track vehicle dynamics, handling, and control
  • improving design of bicycles and other human powered vehicles
  • enhancing athlete performance and safety in sports (cycling & more)
  • bicycle and micromobility transportation improvements and safety
  • human powered appropriate technology
  • engineering and scientific software design and development
  • teaching and learning in engineering education


The TU Delft lab started in the mid 2000's at TU Delft under the direction of Arend L. Schwab. Dr. Schwab retired in 2021 and Jason K. Moore took over the lab and research program. In Delft, Dr. Moore merged his University of California, Davis based research program with TU Delft's, defining what exists today.

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