When you ride a bicycle in what direction is the angular velocity of the wheels?
I think that the angular velocity vector points at right angles to the direction in which the wheels are turning (spindle on an old fashioned record player ?) and so at right angles to the direction the bike is moving in. This contributes to the gyroscope effect on the wheels and bike and allows a rapidly rotating wheel to be more stable than a slowly rotating one. Problem for the trainee cyclist is to believe that they are actually more stable when their wheels are moving quickly. 'cos the tendency is to go slowly to start with, which makes balancing harder. But then, most cyclists, especially youngsters, don't sit down all day analysing circular motion vectors, which may be just as well.