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Average Speed On A Road Bike





average speed on a road bike






    average speed
  • The established average speed which contestants are expected to make good over the course, or a part of it.

  • In physics, velocity is the rate of change of displacement (position). It is a vector physical quantity; both magnitude and direction are required to define it.

  • Best performance in a loft for a Young Bird or Old Bird Series. Figured by taking the sum of all birds clocked in a single loft, and dividing that by the amount of races flown. If a loft misses one race, they are out of that seasons competition for Average Speed Award.





    road bike
  • (Road biking) Road cycling is the most widespread form of cycling. It takes place primarily on paved surfaces. It includes recreational, racing, and utility cycling.

  • A motorcycle that meets the legal requirements for use on ordinary roads

  • A bike with narrow tires best suited for paved roads. Usually noted by drop style bars.

  • A bicycle that is suitable for use on ordinary roads, as opposed to a mountain bike

  • A road bicycle is similar to a racing bicycle. However, road bikes are built more for endurance and less for fast bursts of speed, which is desired in a racing bicycle. They usually have more gear combinations and fewer hi-tech racing features.





    on a
  • (O. N. A.) O.N.A. is Polish rock/Heavy Metal band, formed in 1994.











average speed on a road bike - Vetta RT288-L




Vetta RT288-L SmartLite Wireless Cycling Computer


Vetta RT288-L SmartLite Wireless Cycling Computer



Wireless Speed Cycling Computer w/SmartLite, Replaceable Front Cover.

Track and record your speed as well as your cumulative and trip mileage, and track your bike's service schedule with the Vetta RT288L SmartLite Wireless Cycling Computer at any time of day. This handlebar-mounted wireless computer has NiteLite/SmartLite features that illuminate the LCD screen with the push of a button. Wireless technology allows you to use this system without the hassle of wrapping and tucking wires. The computer tracks and records your speed and mileage with multiple functions including speed comparator and current, average, and maximum speeds, as well as cumulative and trip odometers through wireless communication between the sensors and computer.
With a large LCD display with three screens, the computer is easy to use and read. And the computer also helps you keep track of important bicycle maintenance schedules with the service reminder function. An energy efficient programmable auto start feature helps to prolong battery life of the computer and EZ tire setup with wheel circumference setup make it a snap to use.
Vetta RT288L Computer features include NiteLite/SmartLite, speed comparator, current speed, average/maximum speed, ride time, cumulative odometer, trip distance reader, 16 multi-freeze frame memories, 15 laps, a 12/24-hour clock, and energy efficient programmable auto start. The computer is water resistant and can be used in varying weather conditions. Built to last, the computer has replaceable cover, and an extra clear front cover is included.
Specifications:
Large LCD display with 3 screens
NiteLite/SmartLite
EZ tire setup with wheel circumference setup included
Service timer
Auto awake and start-up
Cumulative odometer
Trip distance
Heavy Duty, Metal Braided Cable
Large LCD Display with 3 Screens
Speed comparator
Current speed
Average/maximum speed
Ride Time
16 Multi Freeze Frame Memories
15 Laps
12/24-hour clock
Extra clear front cover included
What's in the Box?
RT288L Head Unit, Head Unit Battery (CR2032, 3-Volt), Bladed Spoke Magnet, Spacer, Wireless Mounting Bracket, Wireless Transmitter Shim, Wireless Transmitter Battery (A23, 12-Volt), WL Wireless Speed Transmitter, Bracket Rubber Pad (Riser Handlebar), Extra Clear Front Cover, Bracket Rubber Pad
Manufacturer's Warranty
Three-year limited warranty










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day of great timing




day of great timing





forgot to tell you about the story of eventful day of timing.
Kolar is 70kms from Bangaore. It wasn't more than hours ride on bike. I asked my friends to start at 4'o clock, it was too early to start the day but on my push everybody started at 4. My bike is new, I was not trying to go over 50 km/H and other people followed me by not going faster ;) . My bike had just 3 liters of petrol, it was enough to go and come back from kolar but didn't want to take chances and went to 1 petrol pump on the way too. Out average speed was very less the whole way. Then after some 40 kms i liked a view I felt like capturing. This was a beautiful scene of early morning blue sky, road and hills from kolar. We stayed there for some 15 minutes there. In the whole period none of u didn't think about this beautiful Sunrise. Just after that 5 min of ride, we were on a bridge when sangeeta asked me to stop the bike and every followed me, there we saw this beautiful sunrise. all the delay to reach here was complimented :)


I have been to Nandi hills twice and skandigiri once, but didn't notice sunrise there.

After that when we were coming back to Bangalore, I had my Camera on my back, it was dark clouds all over the place but it didn't rain. As soon as i kept my bike inside the hostel, it started to rain heavily :)
what an eventful day we had :)











The king of the road -- bikes




The king of the road -- bikes





Some 40-50% of Copenhagers bike to work on lanes like those pictured above, many with their own traffic signals. Although bad weather keeps some off the road, many Danes ride undeterred during heavy downpours and even times of snow. Free city bikes are also present in the inner city, supported through advertisements and the deposit required to ride it. Considering that cars are taxed 200% on top of the purchase price and that the average speed of cars in the inner city is around that of an 19th century horse-drawn carriage, bikes are truly the king of the road.









average speed on a road bike








average speed on a road bike




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