Blown Away

18
Feb
2011

I shot this video last Tuesday, but just now getting the chance to post it.  It hasn’t been as windy here in Austin as it was last week when the “hurricane” winds blew through, but I hope it provides some good advice on what to do the next time you’re feeling blown away on the bike.  If not that, then hopefully it will at least make you smile.

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I apologize for the part of the video that I can’t be heard very well…..the wind really was blowing when I was shooting it.  If you have any other tips for riding in the wind, please share them with us in the comments below.  If you have a cool windy day riding story, please share that as well.

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