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What is ABS & How ABS Works in bike

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What is ABS?
            ABS stands for Anti-lock Breaking System. If you are an experienced driver of bike , you may have experienced unexpected trouble on way like collisions or danger on the road ahead, you may find yourself jumping on brakes.
           Here the ABS(Anti-lock Breaking System) comes in. It prevents the wheels from locking up and helps them to maintain grip with the road.
          ABS was first introduced as an anti-skid system for aircraft use in the 1950s. And in the 1970s, Ford and Chrysler proved that it can also be used in cars.
   
How does ABS works?
           ABS is part of an overall stability system & monitors wheels’ under heavy braking. Each wheel has a sensor attached to it.
            If the intelligent sensors detect that a wheel is about to lock up and stop moving, the system will release the brake. The release is only for a moment.
           ABS then continuously and repeatedly applies optimum braking pressure to each wheel, meaning the system will brake just enough to not lock the wheels.
          When ABS is active you may feel pulsation through the brake pedal as you’re pressing it. The anti-lock system helps the rider remain in control of the vehicle rather than bringing the bike to a stop.
         ABS reduces the risk of skidding even when undertaking excessive pressure of break. This is why it’s important to remember that the bike’s braking distance may increase
         So, if you keep driving ahead straight into an obstacle, the bike may not stop in time even if your instincts dictate otherwise. It’s a common misconception that ABS helps reducing stopping distance.
Advantages of ABS:
           Under emergency braking in dry conditions, ABS works very well to prevent the rear wheel from lifting up, preventing an  stoppie and putting the rider in better control. Even in wet, slippery conditions, a bike with ABS would offer way more traction and control than one without the ABS system. ABS braking also feels very linear and isn’t sudden or unexpected. You can feel mild pulsations on the brake lever as the hydraulic system controls brake pressure – this works as a warning of sorts if you’re pushing the braking limits of the motorcycle.we can reduce the rate of accidents happens with this ABS system.

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