- Selinsgrove Pennsylvania
Well we all have our ignore buttons. Wind speed was the topic and a good one. If you don't have hills, you've got wind. Some of us ( ) more than others.
Dingy vs. dinghy. Here's a little ditty to help remember (note: this bit of doggerel was NOT written by artificial intelligence):Up Town Walnut.
Tail wind are turbo fans propelled small dingy.
In Florida Everglade .
Yeah he keeps beating that drum though it's been explained repeatedly that many use a throttle literally less than 0.1% of any days ride.Here's something for that pea brain to digest. Throttle equipped bikes work just fine while pedaling.
Kinda like having to walk to school and it was up hill both ways.If we can swing this thread round to argue whether hub or mid drives are better in a stiff headwind we'll have the EBR trifecta. Good to see things haven't changed around here much
My motor render variables like gradient and fatigue non issues. Wind is one of the few factors left on my commute I'm acutely aware of (rain and traffic being a couple of the others).
A strong tailwind and I feel superhuman. A strong headwind, like yesterday's 45km/h breeze, I'm eternally grateful to have the motor doing most of the work.
My favourite are our coastal summer conditions, where I'll often have an offshore headwind riding to work which swings around to an onshore headwind riding home
Wind speed was the topic and a good one. If you don't have hills, you've got wind. Some of us ( ) more than others.
I remember riding a bike in a field and hitting a cross wind that had more than a few miles of momentum built up. And you can see a hill coming up ...can't see wind
All you are doing is putting up a temporary structure . No need.My cuz who owns the property behind my house says I need to apply for permission to build.
Fock his opinion. I just do it. I have solar power. My goal is to charge my ebikes with free electricity from the sun.