Wind Tunnel Testing

Discussion in 'Cycling Training' started by park, Sep 26, 2005.

  1. park

    park New Member

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    I can't find or remember the thread where the topic was optimal aerodynamic positioning, but I made reference to a place in San Diego that does wind tunnel testing. Here it is: http://www.multisports.com/windtunnel_camp.shtml
    I was wrong about the fee being $700 as it is now $850. This is something that your elite altitude tent sleeping friends would do but probably out of reach for most weekend warriors.
     
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  2. RapDaddyo

    RapDaddyo Active Member

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    I don't know what the thread was, but I was interested in this service. I think that what these people do is rent a block of time from the Allied Aerospace Low Speed Wind Tunnel and then sell it in smaller units of time. I think it costs several thousand dollars to rent the wind tunnel for the day. I won't do this unless and until I get my 1 hr MP up to where it needs to be to be competitive in the races of interest to me, but if I do, who knows, maybe this will be a birthday present to myself. Thanks for the link.
     
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