The main objective of this project is to provide an open 3D cycling model using real data from 10 patients, offering three-dimensional kinematics and dynamics results by capturing motion through markers and measuring applied forces through strain gauges. This project aims to establish a 'benchmark' for the comparison of biomechanical cycling models.

In this proyect, a three-dimensional biomechanical analysis has been carried out to share with the scientific community real data captured in a biomechanics laboratory, together with the inverse kinematic and dynamic results obtained by simulating an OpenSim model.
This project is a database of ten subjects that includes the following files: three-dimensional model applied to cycling, markers, force, kinematic and dynamic analysis.