by admin 0 commentsMarch 16th, 2017
I now wanted to see if the GreenSpeed Aero was stable with only one hand….it is!!
I wanted to see how stable my new Greenspeed Aero was. I would be comfortable going faster than in this video.
On 14 March 2017, Ian Sims wrote:
Thanks very much for the great videos, Tim!
The carbon wheel covers have been made, and I am just waiting for them to machine the holes in them and send them.
Should only be weeks away now 🙂
It will be very interesting to see how much faster it goes with the covers on the same hill.
On 14 March 2017 at 09:46, Tim Kay firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
If you have time, have a look at these videos I did. Unfortunately, I couldn’t overlay the Garmin data on the video, but trust me when I say I was doing close to 70 km/hr in both of them.
Taking one hand off the steering over bumps at that speed wasn’t one of my best ideas, although it seemed like a good idea at the timeRolling on the floor laughing!!!! The trike is rock solid and runs true doing that, and out of my three trikes, the Aero is the only one I would attempt that on.
From: Ian Sims
Sent: Monday, March 6, 2017 5:38 PM
To: Tim Kay
Subject: Re: Tim Kay – Aero Trike
Sure, Tina will remind me. So how does the speed of the Aero compare to the Rotovelo?
On 6 March 2017 at 17:10, Tim Kay email@example.com wrote:
Thanks Ian. Can I leave it up to someone to contact me when the covers are ready to go?
At 75 km/hr you wouldn’t want to sneeze, or try and scratch yourself, but it still feels like I was in control. At the same speed in the rotovelo, I’m just along for the ride and hoping for the best. Importantly, the Aero and the Rotovelo are BOTH running your Scorcher tyres, so it’s not just down to the tyres. You really need to find an economical way to use the Aero in a velomobile.