thank you for the feedback.. but what you should try is to get on a bike, ride slow and keep your steer straight ahead.. i will make bet with you here and now that you wont be able to keep your handlebars straight in one position.. its simply a balance thing.. really, try it out
Hmmm, you should probably also put some motion in the hips. The entire torso and hips is too static. When we ride the bycicle, we are not just using the leg muscles by themselves, we are using far more muscles. Using only the leg muscles would be extremely tiresome. Also, I would argue that the shoulders also should move a little if the arms are moving like that.
hmm.. but that would mean i need to animated the character on top of the bike, and thats not really what im trying to do here.. this is a bicycle rig.. so that means there is no time line, no key frames.. all the motions you see is coming from one controller that makes all the other motions happening.. its all based on constrains and links..
so yes, you are right if we look specifically at the motion then there are a lot of motions missing on a lot of places.. but thats simple not what im trying to do here.. thank you for the comment though