When we found out about Toshiba’s Super Charge ion Battery (SCiB) technology, we knew we were on to something. With a battery that charges in less than 30 minutes, the Tailwind is ready to go when you are. No more waiting for your battery when all you want to do is roll down to the coffee shop for a cappuccino.
The Tailwind features:
Lightweight aluminum frame and front suspension fork ensure a comfortable ride.
Shimano Nexus 8-speed rear hub is clean and maintenance-free, yet gives you the gears to tackle any terrain.
Fully accessorized with full-fenders, dynamo light, and rear-wheel lock.
Assuming that you have a group of 10 riders that can operate an efficient rotating double paceline and wind speeds of 15 mph, which will be faster 20 miles out into a headwind followed by 20 miles back of tailwind or 40 miles out and back of crosswinds?Read More »
I just got home from work in what was without a doubt the strongest wind I`ve ever ridden in. Amazingly, it seemed split exactly between the two directions that most of my ride is in and the steepest downgrade on the route had the wind directly at my back, pushing me to a truly amazing speed of 49 ... Read More »
Just came in from an early morning 25 miler... left my house around 6A. Figured I would head down to the beach for a little variety. It is really flat where I live... but the beach run has 3 little bridges. As soon as I started heading south I felt the headwind. 15 mph right into my face at 6:30AM : ... Read More »
If you ride directly into a 10MPH head wind 15 miles, and then do the same with a tail wind for 15 miles, do you get the same average of zero wind when you ride??
It seems I don't and the head wind takes out of my average. What about you?Read More »
Possibly reading between the lines too much but was it likely that they would not be invited to the Tour in '08? Since the tour is no longer part of the protour and ASO had excluded Unibet in '07, the precedent was established that theTour could invite just the teams it wanted. With the continueing ... Read More »