How much slower is +5Kg (11 lbs)

Due to a very serious spinal injury, myWindsock founder Ben, had 12 months without cycling. He returns to cycling 5Kg (11 lbs) heavier. How much slower can he expect to be? See the Instagram post below. View this post on Instagram A post shared by (@mywindsock) A bit more detail We are all about … Continue reading “How much slower is +5Kg (11 lbs)”

How much time does a skinsuit save?

If you’re reading the myWindsock blog, or came across this from our friends over at NoPinz it’s likely you already know what a skinsuit is and you might even be sold on the virtues of their number pocket that saves you watts. If you attend a local time trial, it’s likely the pointy end of … Continue reading “How much time does a skinsuit save?”

How much slower are Winter Time Trials?

To mark the first British Open time trial of the 2023 season, we were happy to help Cycling Time Trials, the British governing body for time trials, with a bit of data. > Read the Cycling Time Trials article > BS19 Ely & District myWindsock Forecast What is the difference between Winter and Summer? To … Continue reading “How much slower are Winter Time Trials?”

Why are winter time trials so much slower?

It’s January which means one thing only – TT season is round the corner (ok maybe it also means other things). Races are popping up from mid February which means some early season form testing is on the cards. You might find that, as a result of a really consistent winter, your power numbers are … Continue reading “Why are winter time trials so much slower?”