Tag Archives: recumbent bicycle

faired or un-faired

         The human body and the up-right bicycle are both aerodynamic disasters. Yes – for this up-right rider – this is improvement – but there are better ways. I have come to realized there are two camps regarding the recumbent bicycle. Even … Continue reading

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Aerodynamic expectations

First – let’s set the stage with an unscientific example “me”. I prefer to use the “comfort zone” as a honest measurement of speed the rider can hold comfortably all day. I have found this to be a more than satisfactory method of performance … Continue reading

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Tail Frame – Tail box

Purpose’s of Tail Frames/Tail Box is for assisting the displaced air mass back to itself reducing power robbing turbulence. Notice the riders shoulder snug inside the composite Tail Box If possible, the tail box should be positioned close to the rear/outside portion of … Continue reading

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Touring Streamlined

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