Carbon Fibre Fairing Mount

Discussion in 'Recumbent bicycles' started by Dick P., Aug 9, 2003.

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    In viewing the carbon fibre fairing on the Stilletto, it appears to be be fastened to the handlebars
    at the top, and to the front fork at the bottom. My question is -- does the fairing have to twist
    during turns? On my TE, the fairing is mounted to the handlebars and to the front fork, but both
    rotate around the same axis, so the fairing simply rotates with them. On the Stilletto, it appears
    that the handlebars rotate around one axis (vertical, located midway between the headset and the
    seat) and the fork rotates around a different axis (aligned through the headset). How can the
    Handebars/front fork on the Stilletto both rotate without the fairing having to twist?

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