CycleOps Wind Trainers

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MSRP : $179.99

Product Description

The Wind trainer from CycleOps features a die cast zinc fan that doubles as a flywheel for fluid starts and stops.  The resistance is altered by changing gears on your bike....

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New wind-tunnel tests find surprising gains in cycling efficiency from leg-shaving

[url=]The curious case of the cyclist?s unshaven legs - The Globe and Mail[/url] Is shaving your legs a matter of fashion or function for cyclists? When Oregon-based triath ... Read More »

Does a 90 degree cross wind slow you down compared with no wind?

A head wind slows you down. A tail wind speeds you up. How would a 90 degree cross wind affect your speed as compared with absolutely no wind? Is this a FAQ?Read More »

Reduce wind noise?

Ok so I happened across this on my Facebook feed as a sponsored result. I'm not affiliated with the company at all, but I was wondering if anyone had tried them out? Yes I think they look silly, but if they actually work, they might be worth it. Also, any potential "home-brew" solutions that migh ... Read More »

Man, I hate the wind....

Constant 17 mph headwind with gust up to 25 mph......oh ya, it was raining too....didn't see another rider in 30+ miles.... best ride I've had all week....Read More »

Switching wind

I left the house today with a tail/crossing tail wind. When I looped around to head home there was a wind switch so I had a tail\crossing tail wind home. The Wind is my friend.Read More »

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