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Winspace SLCĀ 
Bikes | Reviews | Roasts

Winspace SLC 2 Bike Frame: Engineer’s Review

Introduction The Winspace SLC 2 bike frame is a great option for riders looking for a durable and lightweight frame. Made with Toray T800 carbon fibre, this frame is strong and stiff, yet very lightweight. It also features an integrated headset and bottom bracket, which makes it easy to assemble. Overall, the Winspace SLC 2…


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Real World Flow Cycling Aerodynamics
Aerodynamics | Popular | Wheels

Modern Real World Cycling Aerodynamics

Cycling aerodynamics in recent times has been dominated by “wind tunnel data” used by vendors to highlight the benefits of their particular wheel or frameset. This data has often been shrouded in marketing spin accompanied by some lavish blurb about yaw angles. However, there has been a recent trend towards discounting this data or at…

Bicycle Wheel Power Data 50km/h
Aerodynamics | Popular | Wheels

Bicycle Wheel Power Data 50km/h

Over several years, bike wheels have been tested for aerodynamic performance. To date, this is the largest independent dataset available. Popular brands such as DT Swiss, SwissSide, Shimano, Mavic and Bontrager have all been tested. This dataset was originally derived from wind tunnel test data but has latterly moved over to Dinitriev number with a…

Bicycle Wheel Power Data 30km/h
Wheels | Aerodynamics | Popular

Bicycle Wheel Power Data 30km/h

Over several years, bike wheels have been tested for aerodynamic performance. To date, this is the largest independent dataset available. Popular brands such as DT Swiss, SwissSide, Shimano, Mavic and Bontrager have all been tested. This dataset was originally derived from wind tunnel test data but has latterly moved over to Dinitriev number with a…