torque?
minimum force required to move 10kg bicycle from 0 to 1m/s
idk..
more than 1 force will be required like frictional force, also muscular force and also non contact force such as gravitation too.
u need to edit ur question by giving the actual question with numbers

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2015-05-14T07:04:20+05:30

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i think,torque is the right ans. as it is is the tendency of a force to rotate an object about an axis
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2015-05-15T20:38:32+05:30
Frictional force is responsible for moving a bike because it is a kind of contact force and no vehicle can not run without friction 
1 point is to be working on this concept if it work rotation about an axial point it should provide  force to move the bycyle is  torque 
t = r×f
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